Razor Hill Hike – Fun, Scenic and Slightly Challenging – Aerial Photography Article

We’re always on the lookout for fun hikes in Hong Kong that are literally in your backyard. If your neighbourhood is Tseung Kwan O or Pik Uk, then the Razor Hill Hike is quite literally in your backyard. Located in the Eastern New Territories of Hong Kong, Razor Hill is relatively secluded hike. With scenic views of Sai Kung, HKUST, Clearwater Bay, Po Lam, and Tseung Kwan O, there is no reason for you to miss this hike. A lovely…

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Ultimate Guide to Cheung Chau – Top 10 Things To Do – Aerial Photography Article

Cheung Chau is perhaps the most colourful, popular, and happening of the outlying islands in Hong Kong. It’s peculiar shape, of two large granite masses joined by a narrow tombolo, has earned it the nickname “dumbbell island”. The narrow tombolo of the centre of the island that connects the two sides of Cheung Chau What was once an island with a small fishing village is today one of Hong Kong’s top tourist attractions. Cheung Chau offers visitors so many things…

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Hong Kong, Social Media and PR’s Values – A Chat with Arun – Photobook Photography Article

I’ve been closely following what’s been happening in Hong Kong. What interests me is how all sides are communicating, how they’re using social media, and also where the industry stands on a big issue such as democracy and transparency. I reached out to Arun Sudhaman, the CEO of the Holmes Report. Arun is both based in Hong Kong and is one of the leading journalists for the public relations industry worldwide. Here’s our talk on what’s happening in Hong Kong,…

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Siu Sai Wan to Big Wave Bay Beach Hike – Aerial Photography Article

Among the many ways to get to Big Wave Bay, the hike from Siu Sai Wan is probably my favourite. The hike is relatively easy and runs along the path that has beautiful views of the eastern coast of Hong Kong Island. You could also add a short detour to Pottinger Peak to make the hike slightly more challenging. An aerial shot of Big Wave Bay from Pottinger Peak Lookout So, let’s get down to mapping the hike from Siu…

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5 Best Beaches in Hong Kong That You Must Visit – Aerial Photography Article

There are numerous things to love about Hong Kong and having close access to so many beaches is just one of them. Come summer, the heat and humid make hiking and exploring country parks a sweaty ordeal. That’s when you just want to grab your swimsuit and beach towel, and head down to the beach for relaxing day. There are a total of 41 gazetted public beaches managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department in Hong Kong. But obviously…

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Tai Long Wan – Hong Kong’s Most Beautiful Beaches – Aerial Photography Article

Tai Long Wan in Sai Kung is home to Hong Kong’s most beautiful beaches, there’s no denying that. In fact, if someone ever tells you that Hong Kong doesn’t have beautiful beaches, show them the pictures below. With its white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and lush surrounding mountains, Tai Long Wan is nothing short of paradise in a city synonymous with tall skyscrapers. Aerial panorama of Sai Wan Beach, Tai Long Wan Tai Long Wan is highly regarded as…

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Mount High West Hike, Hong Kong – Aerial Photography Article

If you’re looking for a hike with the most scenic views of the western peninsula of Hong Kong Island, then look no further than the Mount High West. At 494 metres, Mount High West Viewing Point gets you sweeping 180 degree panoramic views of Cyberport, Pok Fu Lam, Kennedy Town, Sai Ying Pun, and right up till ICC and west Kowloon. And with this unobstructed view of the west, it’s also a fantastic spot to catch the sunset in Hong…

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Discover Cape D’Aguilar – Hike to a Lighthouse, Caves & Whale Bones – Aerial Photography Article

Cape D’Aguilar, or Hok Tsui, is a peninsula located south of Shek O. I’ve often had the urge to explore the area every time the bus to Shek O takes a detour along Cape D’Aguilar Road. This time, we came with the agenda to explore the peninsula. As we learned, there’s plenty to see and explore at Cape D’Aguilar, from a lighthouse to caves. The trail till the end is paved and is relatively easy and flat, with a slight…

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