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Helicopter tours: Leave the crowded streets behind and soar over Hong Kong’s towers and harbor on an exhilarating helicopter tour. On this scenic 15-minute tour, you'll discover that Hong Kong is especially spectacular from the air, with its skyscraper skyline and scattering of islands over Victoria Harbour. It's perfect for families, couples and individuals alike!
contact information
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t: +852 2802 0200
w: www.heliservices.com.hk
Flight training & leisure flying: The Hong Kong Aviation Club has a fleet for both flight training and leisure flying. If you don’t have a license yet, take the Club’s 40-hour training course to be eligible for a private pilot license (ages 17 and above). Lessons include all the basic manoeuvres and safety training you’ll need to fly
contact information
a: 31 Sung Wong Toi Rd, Kowloon City, Kowloon
t: +852 2713 5171
w: www.hkaviationclub.com.hk
Paragliding: It can show you how to become a foot launched paragliding pilot. Get the facts on paragliding from Steven Yancey, fully rated experienced United States Paraglidling instructor with Paraglide Hong Kong and let Steve introduce you to a whole new way to look at the world...from above.
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w: www.paragliding-hk.com
Get off the beaten track at the weekends and see a different side to this amazing country that we live in. Rather than visiting Repulse Bay or Stanley yet again, here are our top five beaches in Hong Kong.
contact information
a: Big Wave Beach: Big Wave Bay Road, Shek O
t: +852 2809 4558

a: Shek O Beach: Shek O Road, Shek O
t: +852 2809 4557

a: Stanley Beach: Stanley Beach Road, Stanley
t: +852 2813 0217

a: Deep Water Bay Beach: Island Road, Deep Water Bay
t: +852 2812 0228

a: Repulse Bay Beach: Beach Road, Repulse Bay
t: +852 2812 2483
w: www.lcsd.gov.hk/beach/en/beach-location-hk.php
A stunning setting on the tip of the Clearwater Bay Peninsula in the New Territories, the clubs 18 holes are open at all times to non members. There is a marina and helicopter pad on site for those who need the service and advance reservation is needed
contact information
a: 139 Tai Au Mun Road, Clearwater Bay , New Territories
t: +852 2335 3888
w: www.cwbgolf.org
This 9-holer is still one of the most exlcusive clubs in Hong Kong. Visitors need to ring in advance to play the links which are open to non members weekdays from 9am-2pm. They also have a full 18-hole course at Fanling which is host to the yearly Hong Kong open.
contact information
a: 19 Island Road, Deep Water Bay, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
t: +852 2812 7070

a: Lot No. 1 Fan Kam Road, Sheung Shui, New Territories
t: +852 2670 1211
w: www.hkgolfclub.org
The only true public golf course in Hong Kong, the Jockey Club’s Kau Sai Chau Golf Course is one of the best in the region. Set on an island just off the coast from Sai Kung, these stunning 36-hole links designed by Gary Player are reached by dedicated ferry. The course is only open to non Hong Kong residents during the week
contact information
a: Kau Sai Chau, Sai Kung, New Territories
t: +852 2791 3388
w: www.kscgolf.org.hk
how to get to there
First arrive Sai Kung, then proceed to the waterfront from the car park or bus terminus where you board the Golf Course`s ferry for Kau Sai Chau
Island junks offers a wide variety of charter packages and tours to take advantage of hong kong’s fantastic waters and coastline. each of their junks is fully equipped with all mod-cons, licensed to carry up to 50 passengers and staffed by a qualified and friendly crew
contact information
a: Shum Wan Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
t: +852 2877 5222
w: www.islandjunks.com.hk
Operating 6 junks all decked out with a fully equipped kitchen, all Jaspa’s charters are inclusive of freshly-made food, drinks and friendly staff to serve you. Whether you want to book a junk amongst friends for a day of summer madness or organize birthday parties, family outings, evening cocktail receptions, Jaspa could cater your need.
contact information
a: Sai Kung, New Territories
t: +852 2792 6001
w: www.casteloconcepts.com/our-venues/jaspa039s-junks
Saffron Cruises has one of the largest fleets of junk boats in Hong Kong and are ideal for all occasions, from the three red sails of our Chinese sailing junk floating in Victoria harbour to 85ft motor cruiser yacht Flagship.
contact information
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t: +852 2857 1311
w: www.saffron-cruises.com
Hong Kong has a vibrant running community. You can spot runners everywhere you go and the Hong Kong Marathon is the most popular sports event of the city. Besides that, various organizations hold marathon time to time to encourage long runners to keep fighting for their best records. If you are interested to join any future marathon event, below websites are for your interest.
contact information
a: Hong Kong Marathon Pro
t: +852 8104 8500
w: hkmarathonpro.com

a: Hong Kong Distance Runner Club
t: 
w: www.hkdrc-race.com
The purpose of the Hong Kong Racing School is to get more popularity of motor racing in Hong Kong. They offer a wide range of racing project to attract students to learn, hoping they growing from the basic courses to the advanced courses. The school has foreign contacts to recommend students to participating in other training programs In foreign countries.
contact information
a: Room1316 Block/B Wah Tat Industrial Centre, Wah Sing Street, Kwai Chung, New Territories
t: +852 2401 2662
w: hkrs.com.hk
>Hong Kong has a miraculous ability to surprise you – and one thing that constantly inspires me here is the great hiking. Many of the hiking routes, natural landscape and hiking trails are with incredible forests, wild isolated beaches and stellar city views. Come and explore some of them. Here we introduce top 5.
contact information
a: [Lion Rock] MacLehose Stage 5, Tsz Wan Kok to Lion Rock
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w: www.oasistrek.com/lion_rock_e.php

a: [Dragon's back] Shau Kei Wan to Shek O
t: 
w: www.oasistrek.com/dragons_back_e.php

a: [Tai Long Wan] MacLehose Stage 1 & 2, Sai Wan Pavillion to Chek Keng
t: 
w: www.oasistrek.com/tai_long_wan_e.php

a: [Lamma Island] Picnic Bay to Yung Shu Wan
t: 
w: www.oasistrek.com/lamma_e.php

a: [Dragon's back] Shau Kei Wan to Shek O
t: 
w: www.oasistrek.com/dragons_back_e.php

a: [Chi Ha Wan] Pui O to Shap Long
t: 
w: www.oasistrek.com/lantau_trail_three_e.php
The Wetland Reserve is constructed wetlands of habitats specially designed for waterfowls and other wildlife. The Wetland Discovery Centre located in the Wetland Reserve provides visitors with more hands-on experience on local wetlands. Other facilities including Stream Walk, Succession Walk, Mangrove Boardwalk and three Bird Hides, situated next to the fish pond, mudflat and riverside, lead visitors to venture different habitats.
contact information
a: Hong Kong Wetland Park, Wetland Park Road, Tin Shui Wai, New Territories
t: +852 2617 4230
w: www.wetlandpark.gov.hk
The course run by the YMCA at their outdoor climbing wall at Kings Park – close to Jordan MTR Station – is one of the most accessible and well set up courses for novices in Hong Kong. The course covers all of the basic facets of climbing such as tying on, belaying and lead climbing and once completed you are allowed access to the wall at any time within the scheduled opening hours.
contact information
a: YMCA King's Park Centenary Centre, 22 Gascoigne Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
t: Mr Sammy Lee +852 2782 6682
w: www.ymcahk.org.hk