Hong Kong is seen mainly as a modern metropolis by many. In a collaboration between National Geographic and Hong Kong Tourism Board, National Geographic photographer Matthieu Paley explores the Sai Kung Volcanic Rock Region of Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark and discovers Hong Kong from another perspective – the great outdoors from both land and sea.
As Matthieu Paley explains, the impressive volcanic rock columns formed over 140 million years ago offer breathtaking views and leave an impression on visitors that will last a lifetime. They make a great visual history lesson for all visitors to Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark.
YouTube Video – Hong Kong: Land and Sea
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