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THE 6 best sunsets in Hong Kong

As the so-called romance, nothing is better than enjoying the sunset with your lover! There are many good places to enjoy the sunset in Hong Kong. Whether it is watching the sunset on the mountain or the sunset on the beach, it is a hot spot for sunset check-in! Klook recommends 6 great places to watch the sunset, enjoy romantic moments under the sunset, and take beautiful moments!

New Territories

  1. Pak Nai

Ha Pak Nai is a mud flat located at Lau Fau Shan, Yuen Long When the tide rises, they form a kink of mirror of the sky with the same color of the sky and the sea. An oyster field can be seen in the tide. At twilight, the afterglow of the setting sun falls into the depressions, and under the shallows reflected by the water, you can take beautiful and moving pictures!

Transportation: Yuen Long Station Exit B, walk to Tai Fung Street, take minibus No. 33, get off at Ya Tsai Hang, go straight along the riverside path

Location: Pak Nai, Lower Lau Fau Shan, Yuen Long, New Territories (view map)

  1. Longgutan

Lung Kwu Beach is the westernmost beach in Hong Kong. When the tide is low, a small road will float to the surface. It is also another good place to take pictures of the mirror of the sky. Under the reflection of the sea and the sky, shoot the moment of the setting sun!

Transportation: Tuen Mun Station Exit C, take bus K52 to the terminal

Location: Lung Kwu Tan Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories (view map)

  1. Wuxi Sandy Beach

Wuxi Sandy Beach is located on the east side of Ma’an Mountain, and was selected by CNN as “Hong Kong’s Best Beach for Romantic Sunset.” It used to have 4 heart-shaped stones, although it has been demolished, it does not damage its sunset view. You can also look at the Baxian Mountains, the Guanyin Statue of Cishan Temple and other scenery from afar. Take pictures of romantic and poetic sunsets with broken bridges, boats, etc. as the background!

Transportation: Exit A1 of Ma On Shan Station, take Ma On Shan Plaza to Ma On Shan Promenade, and walk along the promenade for 5 to 10 minutes.

Location: Wu Kai Sand Beach, Ma On Shan, Shatin, New Territories (view map)

  1. Garden Hill

Jiadun Mountain is located in Sham Shui Po. It was originally called Wo Tsai Mountain or Nam Mt. It is also called Jiadun Mountain by the neighborhood because of its proximity to the Jiadun Bakery Factory. Depart from Mei Ho House Morning Walk Trail, go up the stairs and walk for about 20 minutes to reach the top of the mountain. There is a large flat area on the top of the mountain, which overlooks the entire city view of Sham Shui Po. The wide landscape is a good place to shoot the sunset!

Transportation: Exit D2 in Sham Shui Po, pass the Gordon Computer Center, walk along Yen Chow Street to the Garden Bakery Company, cross Tai Po Road or Pak Tin Street Playground, and arrive at the Morning Walkway next to Mei Ho House

Location: Garden Hill, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon (view map)

  1. Devil Mountain

Devil Mountain is located between Yau Tong and Tiu Keng Ling. There are many historical relics such as bunkers and forts. It is also known as Kowloon Fortress Hill. With a 270-degree ocean view, you can have a panoramic view of Pak Shing Kok, Chai Wan and Victoria Harbour. Whether it is sunset or night, it is beautiful!

Transportation: Exit A2 of Yau Tong Station, follow the slope of the road where the Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery is located, to the entrance of the stairs leading to Devil’s Hill

Location: Fortress Hill, Kwun Tong, Kowloon (view map)

  1. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

In addition to Kwun Tong Waterfront Park, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal opposite is also a good place to enjoy the sunset! Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is the largest sky garden in Hong Kong, covering an area of more than 20,000 square meters, surrounded by the sea on three sides, and has a charming view of both sides of the Victoria Harbour. The park is based on the old Kai Tak Airport. It has a water garden, a fountain plaza and a central lawn. It is very romantic to enjoy the intoxicating scenery at dusk on a large piece of grass!

Transportation: Exit A of Kowloon Bay Station, and take the minibus No. 86 to Telford Garden.

Location: 33 Cheng Fung Road, Kai Tak Development Zone, Kowloon City (View map)



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