On the big Lantau Island or on the smaller Lamma Island, there are still vast, empty, and often verdant areas where city dwellers go for weekend walks. The same applies to the New Territories in the north. In the North-East, a good part of the San Kung peninsula is in fact listed as a natural park.
With 6,943 buildings more than 152 metres tall, Hong Kong is the leading city in the world in terms of skyscrapers, relegating New York to second place.© © Leung Cho Pan / age fotostock
These cable cars take you on a 3.5 mile journey above the verdant valleys and blue sea under your feet.© © Panorama Media / age fotostock
Hong Kong is a peninsula with many green areas, giving it its natural beauty.© © Leung Cho Pan / age fotostock
Despite its large skyscrapers and expanses of green areas, Hong Kong still holds a place for religion.© © David Ewing / age fotostock
This large statue is the pride of the small island of Lautau. It stands on top of a viewpoint. In order to reach it, you have to climb more than 300 steps.© Glowimages / age fotostock