Lion Rock Country Park

Entrance gate of Lion Rock Country Park

Country park, located in the New Territories, Hong Kong.

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Beacon Hill (Hong Kong)

Hill in the northern part of the Kowloon peninsula in Hong Kong.

Chun Shek Estate with Beacon Hill located in the background.

Beacon Hill is located within the Lion Rock Country Park.

Lion Rock

Mountain in Hong Kong.

Lion Rock is in the Red area on Kowloon Peninsula
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Below the Lion Rock (Night Panorama)
General view of Kowloon circa 1868, with Lion Rock in the background overlooking the Qing-era Kowloon Walled City.
Kwun Tong Road and Lion Rock in 1945 (upper right corner)
Photo of Lion Rock taken in 2006 from the Kowloon side.
Panorama from the top of Lion Rock.
Looking towards the west.
Banner hung up on the Lion Rock in support of the 2014 Hong Kong protests.
Kowloon Peninsula from Lion Rock Summit on a clear day (2019)

The entire mountain is located within Lion Rock Country Park, south of Hung Mui Kuk, Tai Wai and is made passable by vehicles by Lion Rock Tunnel, which connects Kowloon Tong and Tai Wai.

Amah Rock

For other uses, see Amah (disambiguation).

Amah Rock
The replica of Amah Rock at Tao Fung Shan

It stands above the entrance to the Lion Rock Tunnel, within Lion Rock Country Park.

Wilson Trail

78 km long-distance footpath in Hong Kong, 63 km of which runs through Hong Kong country parks.

A Wilson Trail road sign near O King Road on Section 3 of the trail.
A road sign showing "Wilson Trail" along Section 3 of the trail on Lei Yue Mun Road.
Wilson Trail, Section 7, rhesus macaques atop a Wilson Trail memorial monument
"Wilson Trail" memorial monument located at Nam Chung in Section 10 of the trail.

Then come the three parks named Ma On Shan, Lion Rock, and Kam Shan.

Tai Wai

Area in the New Territories, Hong Kong, located between Sha Tin and the Lion Rock, within the Sha Tin District.

Aerial view of Sha Tin (foreground), Tai Wai (centre) and the Shing Mun River, looking southwest. The mountains at the back mark the limit between the New Territories and New Kowloon, which is located beyond.
Tai Wai on the "Map of the San-On District" by Simeone Volonteri (1866)
View of Sha Tin New Town under development in 1983, looking northeast toward the Shing Mun River and Tolo Harbour. Tai Wai is in the foreground.
Aerial view of Tai Wai Village and surrounding area in 2018.
Housing estates in Tai Wai, including King Tin Court, Sun Chui Estate and Man Lai Court. The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is visible at the bottom left.
Mei Fung House of Mei Lam Estate, built in 1981.
Hin Keng Estate and Ka Keng Court, with Lion Rock in the background.
Final stages of the construction of Festival City, in 2011.
Entrance of The Great Hill along Tung Lo Wan Hill Road.
Aerial view of Ha Keng Hau.
Yeung, Law, and So Ancestral Halls in Hin Tin. The towers in the background are part of Hin Keng Estate.
Three-storey village houses of Tin Sam Village, with the towers of Festival City in the background.
Historic entrance gate of Tin Sam Village.
Shrine in Tin Sam Village.
Hin Keng Sports Centre, at the corner of Che Kung Miu Road and Hin Keng Street.
Hin Tin Swimming Pool
Che Kung Temple
ELCHK Living Spirit Lutheran Church
Wai Bun Castle
Exterior of Tai Wai station in 2012.
Interior of Tai Wai station.
Northern portal of Sha Tin Heights Tunnel, in Tai Wai.
Tai Wai Road ( viewed from Tai Wai Station. The buildings on the right are part of Grandway Garden.

Situated at the end of a valley, Tai Wai is surrounded by country parks: Shing Mun (north), Kam Shan (west), Lion Rock (south) and Ma On Shan (southeast).

MacLehose Trail

100-kilometre hiking trail that crosses much of the New Territories, Hong Kong, starting from Pak Tam Chung, Sai Kung District in the east to Tuen Mun Town, Tuen Mun District in the west.

Distance post
Stone marker
Hexagonal columnar jointing
Sai Wan Beach
Endpoint of Section 3 at Shui Long Wo
Ngong Ping Plateau
View south from Beacon Hill
Shing Mun Redoubt tunnels
Needle Hill
Tai Mo Shan Road
Kam Tin
Tai Lam Chung Reservoir
Trailwalker finish line

The MacLehose Trail then enters the Lion Rock Country Park and ascends Unicorn Ridge, passing just south of the summit.

Ma On Shan Country Park

Park located in the central neck of the Sai Kung Peninsula in the eastern New Territories of Hong Kong.

Pyramid Hill viewed from the Ngong Ping plateau.

The park covers an area of 28.8 km2 and links Sai Kung Country Park and Lion Rock Country Park to form an extensive recreation area on the Ma On Shan massif.

Fitness trail

A fitness trail, trim trail or parcourse consists of a path or course with outdoor exercise equipment or obstacles installed along its length for exercising the human body to promote good health.

Fitness trail station, North Bay Park, Ypsilanti Township, Michigan
Balance beam at Stanwick Lakes in Stanwick, England

[HK] 1977 Lion Rock Country Park, New Territories, Hong Kong, featuring 15 exercise stations

Hong Kong national baseball team

Representative team for Hong Kong in international baseball competition.

Lion Rock Park Baseball Field - located to the left of the south end of Lion Rock Tunnel and south side of the larger Lion Rock Country Park, it is an alternate baseball venue for the team

Property developers in Hong Kong

Since the British colonialisation in 1841 after the First Opium War, Hong Kong has grown from a stony outcrop on the southern coast of China to a territory whose property prices are among the highest in the world.

The East India Company steamship Nemesis (right background) destroying war junks during the Second Battle of Chuenpi, 7 January 1841

According to government figures as at 2018, most of the land in Hong Kong is woodland, shrubland and grassland – much of which designated as country parks such as Lion Rock, Plover Cove Country Park and Sai Kung East Country Park, and only approximately 25% of the land mass out of the total territory is classed as "built-up".