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Discover the Mysterious Ancient Civilization in India
Although India is not unfamiliar to Hong Kong people, few of us really travel there. Long before the thought of traveling to India really struck me, I was always hoping to see Taj Mahal, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, in person.
A Photo Trip to the “City in the Sky” - Machu Picchu in Peru
Widely known as the “City in the Sky”, the famous Machu Picchu in Peru is one of the once-in-a-lifetime bucket list destinations for many travelers. The most popular way to get to Machu Picchu is to travel via Aguas Calientes from Cusco, followed by a bus ride to the destination.
Faroe Islands - Explore the Magnificence of Nature
In the North Atlantic halfway between Iceland and Norway, the Faroe Islands is an archipelago consisting of 18 major islands and part of the Kingdom of Denmark. Since it was covered in a National Geographic’s article titled “One of the most underrated islands on Earth” in 2015, the Faroe Islands becomes the new travel destination for photographers.
Discover Taiwan by Bike - Hou-Fong Bike Path
Taiwan has always been a popular travel destination to Hong Kong people. In addition to the advantages of being in close proximity to Hong Kong and cheaper expenditure, Taiwan is also known for its abundant scenery. Jiufen, Tamsui and Sun Moon Lake, just to name a few, are all well-known scenic spots.
Po Toi O - A Sack at the Corner of Sai Kung
Located at the corner of Clear Water Bay Peninsula in Sai Kung, Po Toi O is so named because of its sack-shaped bay surrounded by mountains on three sides. Even today, Po Toi O remains an unadorned fishing village and is a good place for Hong Kong people to enjoy fresh seafood. To photo lovers, Po Toi O with its bay facing east and easily accessible transportation means a perfect location for sunrise photography.
Tai Po Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve - The Best Butterfly Photography Location for Beginners
Speaking of Tai Po, the first thing that comes to our mind is its cycling network, and it’s pretty much certain that most Hongkongers have once cycled along the Tai Po Waterfront Park and Lam Tsuen River on a weekend.