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Hong Kong is the most biodiverse city in Asia. And trust, you will be blown away by the sheer grace and beauty of the most fabulous city. From organic farms to sporadic-bird watching, Hong Kong will win your heart with joy. The city is alone home to more than 250 islands, over 20 country parks, six huge marine parks, and an extensive marine reserve. What is mesmerizing is how all of this exists in harmony with tall skyscrapers and modern culture. So, if you have some at your hand, visit LatinOFare to find a good flight deal and book your plane tickets to Hong Kong now.

Here are top places in Hong Kong that all nature lovers must visit:

The High Island: The High Island Reservoir East Dam has a fantastic trail that will take you to one of the most splendid and tourist-friendly areas of the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark. Pay special attention to the hexagonal rock pillars and dwell on how they were formed, and their evolution. Also, do not forget to take a trip to the sea cave created by the waves and be sure to be taken away by the intricate design of the dam. The large blocks and blowholes against the sound of fierce waves, sending a thrilling sensation.

Sai Kung East Country Park: If you are more of an adrenaline junkie, you can take this challenging hikeOn your way, you will explore secluded beaches, including Long Ke, Ham Tin, and a few others. You can also witness spectacular sunsets, thrilling surfing, and some astounding panoramas. In Ham Tin, you can also choose to camp overnight amidst the stars and soulful winds. In the morning, move forward to the top of Sharp Peak and hike to its easternmost area to enjoy the amazing views.

Ung Kong Group: The Ung Kong group includes a chain of islands comprising Bluff Island, Wang Chau, and Basalt Island. These islands are only a short boat ride away from Sai Kung and boast of some of the most extraordinary sea caves, sea arches, and hexagonal wonders. You can also explore the underwater world since it is a great place to go diving. Alternatively, you can explore the scenic views from your boat or the sea caves in your kayak.

Sharp Island: If you like a crowd that loves to party, you should never miss out on Sharp Island. Located in the Port Shelter, which is very near to Sai Kung, the island looks ethereal. It is definitely worthy of some Instagram posts and social media hype. What is even more exciting is the rocks of the island that look like pineapple buns and the thundering tides, the sound of which touches your soul. You can go swimming, hiking, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and much more. An evening picnic on the beach is also an enticing proposition.

Shek O Country Park: Shek O Country Park is both a land and marine park located on the eastern side of Hong Kong. Most popularly known among tourists for its Dragon’s Back Trail, this park offers one of the most thrilling hiking trails. Not just that, there are so many coasteering trails and beaches to take a lazy day off. If you wish, you can choose to visit a nearby waterfall, play with the waves, and then re-energize at one of the spectacular beaches.

Well, the list can go on and on. But if you have limited holiday time, make sure not to skip these places in Hong Kong. There are high chances you will fall in love with Hong Kong and might want to delay your flight tickets back home. So, keep a lookout for new plane tickets with cheap flight deals on LatinOFare and book when you get the worthy offer.

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