Animals, Plants and Pesticides:
|Animals and Birds Import||Plant Import|
|Animals and Products of Animal Origin export||Plant Export|
|Animal Disease and Control||Plant and Quarantine|
|Control of Avian Influenza||Plant Breeders' Rights and Varieties Protection|
Hong Kong has about three-quarters is countryside, and a great landscape rising from sandy beaches and rocky foreshores. Woodlands and mountain ranges covered by open grassland with a bariety of scenic vistas rarely. The following places are country parks with activities ranged from leisure walking, fitness exercises, hiking and barbecuing. Please click in any of them and check out the location, maps, dates of designation and other detail informations about the park.
|Country Parks and Special Areas||Tai Tam and extension|
|Clear Water Bay||Shing Mun|
|Aberdeen Country Park||Sai Kung|
|Ma On Shan||Tai Po Kau Special Area|
|Lantau||Tai Mo Shan & Lam Tseun|
|Pat Sin Leong Plover Cover||Tai Lam|
|Kam Shan Lion Rock|
Hong Kong is one of the busiest ports in the whole world, part of its coastline has been used for accommodating the rapid growing of population and economic growth. Fortunately, some of the coasline and diverse marine life in Hong Kong still remains. However, these areas are threatened by the impacts of sewage, dredging, dumping, reclamation and other kinds of threats such as destructive fishing. It is a neccessary to protect and coserve the marine environment for conservation, education and recreation. Until now, there are three marine parks and one marine reserve were designated. Please click in any one of the following parks and get more information about them.
|Cape D'Aguilar Marine Reserve||Ho Ha Wan|
|Sha Chau Lung Kwu Chau||Yat Chau Tong|
Nature trails is paths in an signifiant area for visitors to understand the countryside, wildlife, vegetation, history and village life. On site intrepretation plates are installed along the path to draw attention to special and interesting features. If you are interesting in conservation and want to have more knowledge about these parks, please click in the following items.
|Aberdeen||Pak Tam Chung|
|Eagle's Nest||Pineapple Dam|
|Bride's Pool||Tai Tong|
|Hung Mui Kuk||Tai Po Kau|
|Kap Lung Forest Trail||Tsiu Hang|
|Pat Sin Leng||Twisk|
Hong Kong has a number of country parks with different lengths provided. Those trails are prepared for family or small groups for a day or half day outing. The following trail walks are waymarked footpaths passing through scenic areas of the countryside. Presently, there are altogether 13 Country Trails and more would added in due course. Please click in the following items and prepare a great day with your family or friends.
|Lung Ha Wan||Peng Chau|
|Lau Shui Heung||Pak Tam|
|Luk Wu||Tai Tam|
|Ma On Shan||High Junk Peak|
|Cheung Sheung||Keung Shan|
|Hok Tau||Wong Lung Hang|
Long Distance Hiking Trail:
There are four long-distance hiking trails in Hong Kong that are very popular. The MacLehose Trail (100 km) located in the New Territories from Sai Kung in the east to Tuen Mun in the west. The Lantau Trail (70 km) is a circular trail located in Lantau Island. The Hong Kong Trail (50 km) crosses all the five Country Parks on Hong Kong Island. The Wilson Trail (78 km) stretches from Stanley in the south of Hong Kong Island to Nam Chung in the north of the New Territories.
|Lantau Trail||Hong Kong Trail|
|MacLehose Trail||Wilson Trail|
|Aberdeen||Tai Mo Shan|
|Clear Water Bay||Sai Kung|
|Lion Nature Education Centre||Shing Mun|
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Tiglion Consultancy Company Limited
Room 902 Yue Xiu Building, 160-174 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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Last modified 1 July 1998
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