Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark
In the first episode of our Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark series we take on a short but demanding 7 km route from Pak Lap Wan to the Highland Island Reservoir East Dam. Here we encounter some of the best-known Geopark features along a coastal route that includes the classic Po Pin Chau. This one is not to be missed.
In the second episode of our Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark series, we get on a short ferry ride from Sai Kung to Sharp Island. Nestled within the verdant landscapes and tranquil seascape of Sai Kung, Sharp Island (Kiu Tsui Chau is a unique and stunning part of the Hong Kong Global Geopark.
In the third episode of our Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark series, Jack and DJ embark on a one-day adventure to explore Double Haven Bay – a stunning natural harbor consisting of seven islands.
Tung Ping Chau
Tung Ping Chau is a captivating island located at the northeastern extremity of Hong Kong’s territory. Renowned for its unique geological features and rich biodiversity, the island showcases a vibrant array of sedimentary rock formations, marine fossils, and wave-cut platforms, making it a paradise for both geologists and Drone and Phone fans.
Situated off the southeastern coast of Hong Kong, the Ninepin Group, or Kwo Chau Islands, is an archipelago that brims with nature’s awe-inspiring artistry. Composed of 29 islands, islets, and rocky outcrops, it is named after the most prominent cluster of islands, which seemingly resemble nine pins in a bowling alley when viewed from afar. This collection of islands is renowned for its exceptional geological features – soaring columnar jointed volcanic rocks, rugged cliffs, and dramatic sea caves and arches that encapsulate a rich and varied geomorphological landscape.
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