Despite what you might imagine, the landscape in Honk Kong is far from being monotonous. Even though the archipelago's geography is fairly unproductive (rocky soils that cannot be cultivated, pleated reliefs with accentuated variations), this small territory is not entirely urbanised as visitors will notice from the lush green rolling hills as a backdrop to the city's skyscrapers.
Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, and over 200 islands provide a multitude of coastlines to choose from, some providing fine sandy beaches, others illuminated by the millions of lights of the bustling city or covered in lush green vegetation or jagged rocks.
Diversity in its fauna and flora is not Hong Kong's strong point due to the rapid expansion of its urban areas. However, the variation in its landscapes and scenery fully makes up for the lack of wildlife.