Hong Kong's great green outback is often overlooked for the more cinematic skyscrapers and shop lined streets of the city. Yet Hong Kong - as a territory - remains 75% rural. There are golden beaches, furry green valleys and rocky mountains - well - very big hills.
Nowhere takes better advantage of Hong Kong's outback than Hong Kong Wetland Park. Set on the mudflats of the Mai Po Marshes, this fragile ecosystem ranks as one of the finest nature reserves in Asia. Flora and fauna thrive here and each Spring and Autumn thousands of migratory birds land here for some rest and relaxation.
The park is set up with themed trails to show off the best of the area's wildlife - including Pui Pui the local crocodile. Find out more in our Hong Kong Wetland Park review.
Photo: Stream at Hong Kong Wetland Park. Copyright Hong Kong Wetland Park