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Well I checked a weather forecast and it said it was gonna be sunny all-day long, which was true... in the Kowloon City, but not at the peak. The peak was super misty and I saw nothing from the peak....More
We started around 1.30pm from Fei Ngo Shan Road
It was 16 degrees a cooler day. The route is nice and more to nature
Not so difficult but enjoyable
Middle of the way met over 6 wild bow and one almost chased us
The night view is something to marvel at. The serenity of the surroundings with the view of the city lights is great. You just drive there, it’s very difficult to walk there as it is very dark and we did see some wild dogs on...More
i made the mistake of walking all the way from Choi Hung Station instead of catching a taxi up fei ngo shan drive. however once i located the 328 marked on a rock i was fine getting up the top. walking up was great and...More
Definitely the best spot for a perfect panorama of Kowloon Peninsula, Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong and beyond!
It makes a good hike to walk up from Clearwater Bay Road to Kowloon Peak, then descend to Wong Tai Sin on another hill path. Perfect day out!
I recommend taking a taxi up to the observation platform, so as to save time and energy. You will reach a pavilion first. Views are already spectacular at this stage but are marred by the electrical voltage towers. You go up some stone steps to...More
Great views from The Kowloon Peak (aka Fei Ngo Shan). Accessible by road or hiking path. Factor in several hours hike to get up there, take in the views and then get back again. Alternatively you can drive / take a taxi up there if...More
Kowloon Peak Observation Platform and nearby hills offer some beautiful Kowloon views in a clear weather. Although not as stunning as Lion Rock views, it is still a very nice place worthy of a hike.
Getting there: take a green minibus 1S from Choi Hung...More
The Peak is the famous attraction flooded by tourist every year, and it has become too commercialize and loss it's own identity. It is such a surprised for me when a local friend of mine drive us up to Kowloon Peak which also called 飞鹅山...More