One of the great things about living in the New Territories of Hong Kong is that you are never far away from a country hike. When you don’t have the time for a country hike, there are a lot of alternatives.
For example, the Lam Tsuen River runs the length of Tai Po, and this is one of my regular routes. I probably walk along a section of the river every day. The following photos are from several of these walks.
I never get bored walking along the river because there is always something to see. Sometimes it’s the people you come across.
As I have a self-imposed target of 5 kilometres a day, it is easy to reach that minimum strolling along at a gentle pace. And, as there are bridges at several locations along the path, it is easy to cross over for a different view. There is always something to see and plenty of seats and benches if you want to take a break.
If you want to go further, the Waterfront Park is a short distance away and, it is always worth a visit. You can see more information on the park here.
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