Constantly exploring new lands, new sceneries and new destinations. In nature we connect, admire and appreciate. Hiking is more than just a physical activity to work out, it's a way of life, it's an adventure to the unknown. Within nature, no two places and timings are the same, so there is always something worth visiting, something worth pressing on for.
Photos are not in chronological order.
Contrary to public beliefs, around 40% of Hong Kong's land is preserved as country parks. From the untouched wilderness to city lookouts, there is always somewhere for everyone to enjoy and spend time in.
Pak Sin Leng
Ham Tin / Tai Wan
Miu Ko Toi
Sheung Luk Stream
High Junk Peak
Sheung Yeung Shan
Man Cheung Po
Tai Yuen Stream
Tai Tsum Koi
Leung Tin Au
Ung Kong Islands
Sydney is fortunate to be in close proximity to many well-known bushwalking destinations. From soaring cliffs in the Blue Mountains and Royal National Park to calming Port Stephens and Brisbane Waters, there is endless to explore.
Royal National Park
From the unreal Warrumbungles in the north to Griffith in the south, the vast country of NSW always leads to something different.
Other Bushwalks in Australia
Some other occasional bushwalks in other states of Australia, mostly by myself.
What you might encounter deep in the bush
Interesting looking plants
Mid-aged men and women
also very packed buses
haha we need jokes
trash from China
Different types of people all go on hikes. We might have a slightly different purpose but we all cross path and meet somewhere in the bush.
press on regardless!
cute not-human animal
We all love cute animals (especially when they are seen wild)
Same as everyone else - we all have our first times. It might be something pleasant (and sometimes not), but these first times are still valuable experiences for us.
First ever night walk
was forced to walk in dark due to wrong estimation of time. Felt so scary over the long walk without any light but got used to it since then
First speedboat ride
speedboating to an outlying island for hiking and sightseeing - the ride was really rough, feels more like a rollercoaster
Take a BUS to hikes!
Let's make an environmentally conscious activity more environmentally friendly
A bus in Tai Po
from my home to Sha Tin
NWFB route X9
on the way to Tuen Mun
Blogs? Articles? Trip reports?
They are all in the tab under "hiking". Alternatively click on the link in the (incomplete) list of places I've been to above.
This page is for pure showoff of my photo gallery (lol)