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Hong Kong's Amazing Outdoor Destinations Revealed

There are so much more to see and explore in Hong Kong than its iconic skyline, crowded malls and busy streets. Asia's World City is also home to remote islands, cloud-shrouded mountain tops, sprawling countryside and star-filled skies.

These lesser-known but equally breathtaking vistas are what the Hong Kong Tourism Board is highlighting in its Great Outdoors campaign to be launched this month. The board commissioned some of the territory's best, up-and-coming photographers to take snapshots of Hong Kong's amazing outdoor destinations.

An ethereal stream at Plover Cove Country Park. Image by Romain Jacquet Lagreze.

An ethereal stream at Plover Cove Country Park. Image by Romain Jacquet Lagreze.

Blue and pink sky at dusk as seen from Tai Mo Shan. Image by Elvis Mo.

Blue and pink sky at dusk as seen from Tai Mo Shan. Image by Elvis Mo.

Hills of Tai-O connected by a transport bridge. Image by Jessica li.

Hills of Tai-O connected by a transport bridge. Image by Jessica Li.

Sea of clouds as seen from Sunset Peak, third-highest mountain in Hong Kong. Image by Will Cho.

Sea of clouds as seen from Sunset Peak, third-highest mountain in Hong Kong. Image by Will Cho.

Silky clouds shroud mountain tops as seen from Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong's highest peak . Image by Jessica Li.

Silky clouds shroud mountain tops as seen from Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong's highest peak. Image by Jessica Li.

Star-filled sky as seen from Sunset Peak. Image by Will Cho.

Star-filled sky as seen from Sunset Peak. Image by Will Cho.

Tai O at sunset. Image by Jessica Li.

Tai O at sunset. Image by Jessica Li.

The rolling hills of Sunset Peak. Image by Will Cho.

The rolling hills of Sunset Peak. Image by Will Cho.

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