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Hong Kong Trails free pdf "Ham Tin Wan" is a beautiful beach in the middle of a breathtaking stage of Maclehose Trail in Hong Kong. The 100-Km-long trail has been splendidly established by Sir Maclehose who was a Hong Kong governor from UK. I dare to say that the stage of "Ham Tin Wan" is one of the best trails in the world. If you try this trail, you will come to know the reason why it deserves that kind of compliments. It takes around 2 and half hours in case of ferry course and 3 hours when you walk straight to the finish of the hill of "Pak Tam Au." "Ma On Shan" is a stunning mountain dominantly standing in the 4th stage of Maclehose Trail at Sai Kung, New Territory. It has been named after its looking like a horse saddle. You may feel strange when you look back at the path you've just passed through. It might look as a snake crawling on the hill. Mild way and beautiful path on the mountain, will engrave an unforgettable memory in your mind. How to get the starting point of the trails will be strongly emphasized by this book to make you be confident on the trails. Which exit from the subway station for the bus stand, where you have to get off the bus, how to find the starting point of the trails and where you can take a bus for your return are all explained in detail through maps and photos taken every nook and corner. Keep this book in your pack and take a metro towards "MTR Choi Hong Station." Then, it will show you all of the ways to the breathtaking stages of Maclehose Trail in Hong Kong. You can get the starting point of the trails by your own self. You need neither to chase after a guide nor to ask passers-by for your destination.

About Kyung Suk Oh

With the limited information about the "ways" to the attractions like "5 minutes from the exit A of metro Yu Garden Station," do you think you can get the place with no embarrassment? When you stand at the exit, which direction will proceed for 5 minutes? The embarrassment drove me to publish guide books specifically focused on the "ways" to the must-visits of the world. How to get the starting point of the world attractions through public transportation is the best character of mine. The purpose to encourage you to try the hot places by yourself comes through my own experience as a backpacker to the world. Detailed on-site information together with maps and photos taken every nook and corner will give you full confidence for your try the world. You need neither to chase after a guide nor to ask passers-by for your destination. You can get all attractions by your own self.

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Author : Kyung Suk Oh
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Data Published : 22 August 2015
ISBN : 1517007917
EAN : 9781517007911
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 120 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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