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      Sha Tin Wai Hiking Attractions

      Here are the top Sha Tin Wai hiking listings so you can find the best in Sha Tin Wai for your trip. Read these hiking reviews written by real travelers. You can narrow these results using the filters to the left.
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      4.2 star rating
      (6 reviews)
      Kowloon, Hong Kong (SAR)
      right place to relax after long day
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      5.0 star rating
      (1 reviews)
      Tai Mong Tsai, Hong Kong (SAR)
      Again part of the Maclehose Hiking Trail, Tai Mong Tsai is accessable from Sai Kung or Wu Kai Sha and is part of the Sai Kung West Country Park. The views are stuning!..
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      4.0 star rating
      (3 reviews)
      Central District, Hong Kong (SAR)
      Several hiking trails of various difficulties are available to give different views of HK.
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      5.0 star rating
      (1 reviews)
      Long Ke, Hong Kong (SAR)
      Long Ke, Hong Kong is a really tranquil area. It's in Sai Kungs East Country Park. Sourrounded by the sea, the area is covered with trees and tracks that take you..
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      5.0 star rating
      (3 reviews)
      Lamma Island, Hong Kong (SAR)
      One of my favorite places in the world. Just a 30 minute ferry ride from Central Hong Kong. Great walking trails and beaches, and lots of dogs. The perfect day away..
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      4.0 star rating
      (1 reviews)
      Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong (SAR)
      A great walk and a very rural surprise in urban Hong Kong
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      0.0 star rating
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      Hong Kong (SAR)
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      4.0 star rating
      (2 reviews)
      Tai Yue Shan (Lantau Island), Hong Kong (SAR)
      Very nice place and tranquil
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      0.0 star rating
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      Tai Yue Shan (Lantau Island), Hong Kong (SAR)
      Tai Tung Shan, or Sunset Peak, is the second highest peak on Lantau Island at a height of 869 metres, and is the third highest peak in Hong Kong. The slopes are..
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