Every year, visitors to Hong Kong explore every year to capture some of the most beautiful shots of the iconic city. From region’s high mountains and incredible shoreline, Hong Kong is a city of utmost beauty. Here are ten shots that are the true depiction of the incredible city.

Cargo Pier, Kennedy Town

An incredible waterfront space with a gorgeous sunset. The area was used to be a cargo holding area, but now tourists come here to capture some incredible shots.

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Tin Ha Shan, Clear Water Bay

A gold ray of sunshine breaking through grey clouds over the Clear Water Bay peninsula in the southeastern New Territories, home to the Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club.

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Gim Chu Wan, Sai Kung

A night sky with diamond stars, illuminating the rocky beach of Gim Chu Wan.

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Lantau Peak, Lantau

The beautiful view from the peak of Lantau Peak. At 3,000 feet above sea level, Lantau Peak is the second-highest peak in Hong Kong.

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Jubilee Reservoir, Shing Mun

Surrounded by lush,green forests,  this reservoir in the New Territories is located in the valley between Tai Mo Shan and Needle Hill.

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Mai Po Marshes, Yuen Long

Serving as a haven to thousands of migrating birds, the wetlands of Mai Po Marshes offers majestic views to photographers of birds flapping above the waters.

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Castle Peak, Western New Territories

An exquisite view of the glaring sunset from Castle Peak, located in the western New Territories.

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Deep Water Bay Beach, Deep Water Bay

A beautiful aerial shot of lush forests and turquoise waters of Deep Water Bay.

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Sunset Peak, Lantau

Serving as a popular hiking spot for visitors as well as locals, Sunset Peak is considered the third largest peak in Hong Kong.

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High Island Reservoir, Sai Kung

One of the many gorgeous and isolated beaches along the High Island Reservoir, which is the starting point of the Maclehose Trail. The 100-kilometre trail spans many of Hong Kong’s most scenic country parks and was named one of twenty ‘Dream Trails’ by National Geographic.

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