Bronze Age rock carvings in Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong Bronze Age rock carvings in Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Bronze Age rock carvings in Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong

A trek through Hong Kong’s Bronze Age history, visiting its ancient rock carvings

  • Spread around the city’s coastlines, 3,000-year-old rock carvings are a tangible link to Hong Kong’s ancient inhabitants
  • The geometric designs are thought to be tributes to the gods of the sea; some are easier to visit than others 

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Bronze Age rock carvings in Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong Bronze Age rock carvings in Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Bronze Age rock carvings in Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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