You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you - Nury Vittachi
Guide to Hong Kong: Picture Hong Kong in your head. What did you see? I bet you imagined skyscrapers, crowds of people and probably dim sum. Sure, food and shopping is good, but there is another side of Hong Kong that you probably didn't know. Read on to find out more about Hong Kong's natural environment.
An escape from the city 🏢
Ever wanted to try a sport but never ended up doing it? Well here's an opportunity for you to explore the natural aspect of HK while trying something new. Hong Kong has many cycling trails throughout and the view is definitely worth the challenge. There are set trails which makes it both safe and convenient and the fresh air will take you far, far away from HK's busy streets.
The rent for a bike is inexpensive at normally $20 - $30 dollars a day and sometimes kid's bikes can cost as low as $5 HKD. Locations like Chen Chau and Lantau Island are normally the best, as there is little people and private cars are not allowed to enter. Make sure to bring your family members along with you for some quality family time.
Hiking Your way through Hong Kong
The trail to Aberdeen was quite easy and the paths weren't as steep. However on rainy days the steps can be slippery and should be approached with caution.