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11 thoughts on “Lantau Island: A Different Hong Kong”

  1. Good to see you again! I miss HK it’s been awhile since the last time. Interesting photos and first time to see a puffer fish in the fish market.

    1. Me too! I have only heard of puffer sushi, but have never known about dried puffer. That’s why I wonder whether it is edible. By the way, nice to see you again, Vinneve 😀

    1. Wow! How long did it take you to complete the trail? I remember seeing a group of hikers when I was in the cable car. They were a bit confused because of the thick fog. And I wondered how long they needed to reach Ngong Ping 🙂

      1. That cable car maintenance trail is a real stair-master, it’s stairs all the way up! As for the Lantau trail, the whole thing is 70km, but it’s split into 12 sections. I think I walked it all over a three-day weekend once – I especially liked the sections heading into and then starting from Tai-O, they’re pretty quiet, (and quietness is a luxury in Hong Kong).

      2. Wow! I did not know that the Lantau trails is that long. I agree, quietness is indeed a luxury things in Hong Kong. I live in a busy city, but I was overwhelmed by the noise and the crowd in Kowloon 🙂

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