Natural surrounds, clan-based culture, timeworn sanctuaries and a wishing tree: set out for a journey of discovery into rural Hong Kong
Visit one of Hong Kong's three largest indoor Buddha statues, located in the Chuk Lam Sim Yuen Buddhist sanctuary
Indulge in stunning panoramic views from the Tai Mo Shan Lookout, Hong Kong's highest peak
Get to know the village of Shui Tau Shui Mei Tsuen, known as the birthplace of clan-based village culture and the source of evolving rural life in Hong Kong
Soak in the peace and quiet of the countryside at Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree
Explore the city's lesser-known countryside and learn more about rural Hong Kong. Century-old villages, a wishing tree, an ancient monastery and untouched fields are woven into the rolling hills of the New Territories, where – away from the noise of the city – birds sound off a symphony, and the breeze offers the welcoming reprieve of a half-day escapade.
Wonderful experience with knowledgable and lovely guide
A fabulous insight into parts of Hong Kong you may not ordinarily see. Terry the guide was funny and informative, with interesting insights on history and culture. Well worth it !!