Hong Kong’s Kowloon Peak and northeast Kowloon, as seen from Fei Ngo Shan in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams Hong Kong’s Kowloon Peak and northeast Kowloon, as seen from Fei Ngo Shan in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams
Hong Kong’s Kowloon Peak and northeast Kowloon, as seen from Fei Ngo Shan in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams

Hike Hong Kong’s Kowloon hills for stunning views north and south, and options for getting back to civilisation

  • Kowloon Peak and nearby summits afford grandstand views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and, on clear days, Stonecutters Bridge, with Sai Kung to the east
  • To drop down from the heights, opt for an easy stroll or some strenuous hikes in wild places that are rare so close to an urban centre

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Hong Kong’s Kowloon Peak and northeast Kowloon, as seen from Fei Ngo Shan in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams Hong Kong’s Kowloon Peak and northeast Kowloon, as seen from Fei Ngo Shan in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams
Hong Kong’s Kowloon Peak and northeast Kowloon, as seen from Fei Ngo Shan in Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams
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