HONG KONG–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hong Kong’s extremely diverse topography makes it a true paradise for lovers of outdoor adventure. From international standard events such as the Bike Marathon, which attracts cyclists from around the world, to exciting events that allow adventure seekers to go at their own pace, there are many ways to rediscover Hong Kong from a new perspective.
Push your limits in world-class international racing events
As an international city, Hong Kong hosts many international sports events every year. Many programs are open to overseas registration, allowing visitors to challenge themselves while enjoying the stunning views of Victoria Harbor and the surrounding area.
Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cycling Festival takes pole position
Need speed?Hong Kong’s largest international cycling event “Cycling Marathon” will be held in October 22, participants join 5,000 other cyclists from around the world speeding through the streets and roads amid raucous crowds. The audience will have the opportunity to witness the skills of nearly a hundred professional cyclists including Jayco-AlUla from Australia, Corratec-Selle Italia from Italy and more than 10 UCI WorldTour teams and professional intercontinental teams, and compete for the championship jersey and prize money As the UCI 1.1 road race returned to the city after five years, they staged a series of intense battles.
The grandstands of this world-class event offer views of Hong Kong’s city skyline and stunning natural vistas. Open roads and avenues.Registration for this unforgettable ride opens at September 6. For more information and to register your interest, please visit the event website: http://register.hongkongcyclothon.com.
Fasten your running shoes for Hong Kong Street Marathon and Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon
Hong Kong’s mild winter climate is perfect for outdoor running, and this season Hong Kong hosts two amazing events for runners of all abilities, giving them a different perspective on some of the city’s most famous sights and hidden wonders .
exist December 17More than 20,000 runners are expected to take part in the Hong Kong Street Marathon. Runners can choose one of three different routes to challenge themselves, including a marathon across the Kwun Tong Bypass with panoramic views of Victoria Harbour, a half marathon across the sea, and a 10km run across multiple roads. Open to runners for the first time. Registration is now open through the event website: https://streetathon.com.
Alternatively, enthusiastic runners can run through the streets of Hong Kong January 21, 2024 The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon is one of the most important running events in the region. The popular event will again include a marathon, half marathon and 10K. Please go to the event website to register and get the latest details: https://www.hkmarathon.com.
Embark on a thrilling outdoor adventure and discover a different side of Hong Kong
As well as enjoying exciting racing events, for adventure seekers looking to stay active while exploring a different side of the city, Hong Kong has it all thanks to its mild winter climate and diverse The natural landscape is just a stone’s throw from the city, and there are many outdoor adventures.
Heritage, Scenery and Cycling: Tuen Mun to Sha Tin Cycling Track
Inspired by a bike marathon? Whether traversing the bustling city center or idyllic outlying islands, there are many different ways for cyclists of all levels to explore Hong Kong on two wheels. One unmissable journey in the New Territories is a 55-kilometre track linking Tuen Mun and Sha Tin. Along the way, riders can explore the city’s rich cultural history, with easy access to centuries-old temples and other historic buildings and monuments along the trail, all set against the backdrop of stunning terrain, including wetlands, rivers, Parks, mountains and oceans. Plan your trip here: https://bit.ly/3OstLHS.
Saigon diving, a paradise for water sports lovers
As a city with a vast coastline, Hong Kong is a great destination for water sports enthusiasts. The verdant rolling hills and rugged coastline of the Sai Kung Peninsula have long made it a top destination for weekend hikers, but exploring this sprawling country park from the water is just as spectacular. Head to Three Fathoms Bay (Kee Ling Down the Sea) in Sai Kung Country Park, step on a stand-up paddle board, admire a charming seaside village surrounded by incredible geological formations, and marvel at the majestic view of fish swimming beneath your feet. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3KEdwqh.
Climbing to New Heights: Tung Lung Chau Rock Climbing
Guarding the eastern entrance to Victoria Harbor is the small but mighty subtropical island of Tung Lung Chau, one of Hong Kong’s true hidden gems. With its unique coastal scenery and sea cliffs that dot the coastline, the island is popular with thrill-seekers of all experience levels. Donglongzhou also has many historical sites, which are very suitable for exploring after climbing in the morning. For more information, visit the webpage: https://bit.ly/3OyRtCs.
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