Allow Hong Kong’s tranquil cycling paths to surprise and delight you
Hong Kong’s steep, busy streets don’t lend themselves well to cycling, so you might be surprised to know there are indeed some very solid stretches of road to put the pedal to the metal. The most popular (and arguably the best) cycling route in Hong Kong is the 20-kilometre stretch from Tai Wai to Tai Mei Tuk, in the New Territories. It’s an easy, scenic route that goes down the Shing Mun river, along Tolo Harbour and through the Tai Po Waterfront Park. You’ll wind up at the very large and pretty Plover Cove Reservoir.
Where: Tai Wai, New Territories
How to book: You don’t need to book anything, but you can rent a bike at one of the bike shops outside Tai Wai MTR station if needed