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My grandfather was stationed in HK and taken prisoner by the Japanese in WW2 so I really wanted to do this walk. Unfortunately, I left it to the last day of my holiday and there was a torrential downpour. As I was unlikely to return...More
This is my unexpected trail after Dragon’s Back trail. My friend told me if this trail only need 2 hours. Compare with Dragon’s Back trail, this trail only half way of it, it won’t be a big problem for me. But, I didn’t check and...More
Back in February 2017 I had a couple of days stop over in Hong Kong on my way to New Zealand so decided to do a walking tour.
I joined up with Martin Heyes and another walker in the centre of Hong Kong and we...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our walking tour with Martin Heyes. We were surprised to see that many of the wartime relics survived and are situated in areas we drive by all the time! Martin was extremely knowledgeable about Hong Kong's WWII history and we loved his...More
We spent over 4 hours with Martin Heyes - the area and battle expert tour guide. He was simply awesome - truly 5 *****'s. We really enjoyed Martin a lot and the content and background he provided. We communicated before we arrived in Hong Kong...More
I went to this trail to accompany my son who is a history buff. We were a bit lost at the start and taking the longer and difficult trail uphill before realising our mistake and retreated back. Fortunately we found the right trail near the...More
In March 2016, I visited Hong Kong and decided to have a bush walk in Wong Nai Chung Gap Trail and Violet Hill. Took bus (most economical way) No.6 from Central (Exchange Square). After about 20 minutes on bus ride, got off at bus stop...More
There is no need to pay $500 HK for this tour. The trail is well marked with information boards, photo's and everything you need to know about the battle that happened at Wong Nai Chung Gap. Just get a taxi up to "Parkview" Apartments and...More
This trail was especially fascinating because three of four in our group are Canadian. We had no idea of Canada's involvement in defending Hong Kong against the Japanese invasion December 1941 until we walked this trail.
There's no admission fee. Stations mark the sites of...More
Hong Kong is a city that doesn't seem to rest but it is possible to escape for a couple of hours and the trails around Wong Nai Chung Gap allow you to enjoy peace, fresh air,views that are truly fabulous, oh and you get a...More