Soar Above The Skyline

Hong Kong Aerial Photography Gallery


Less than 30% of Hong Kong is developed land. It is this 30% that almost everyone associates Hong Kong with – modern skyscrapers standing tall amidst a bustling city.

Fortunately, living in Hong Kong has made me realise how much there is to see beyond those tall buildings – country parks, beaches, hikes, and tiny islands.

It’s been a pleasure discovering these far edges of Hong Kong from an usually beautiful angle, aerial drone photography.

 

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Happy Valley

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From Happy Valley to Kowloon
Wong Nai Chung Reservoir and the Hong Kong skyline
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Happy Valley and the Hong Kong skyline
The Island's Favourite Beach

Shek O Beach


The rocky shores of Shek O Headland, Hong Kong
Shek O Beach, Hong Kong
All the beach goers at Shek O Beach
Shek O Beach, Hong Kong
Aerial view of Shek O Beach, Hong Kong
The slightly less crowded Shek O Back Beach, Hong Kong

Above Shek O Headland, looking at the two beaches
Above the Shek O Lovers Bridge, Hong Kong
Reservoir & Country Park

Tai Tam


Tai Tam means a big pool in the Chinese language which illustrates a triangular bay, namely Tai Tam Bay between Stanley Peninsula, D’Aguilar Peak and Tai Tam Tuk. The Tai Tam Reservoirs is a group of reservoirs located in the Tai Tam Country Park in the eastern part of Hong Kong Island.

Gorgeous aerial view of Tai Tam Reservoir, Hong Kong
Lush green rolling hills of Tai Tam Country Park, Hong Kong

The lush green hills of Tai Tam Country Park, Hong Kong
Tai Tam Bay, Hong Kong
The Eastern Gateway To The Harbour

Lei Yue Mun


A great place for a seafood meal with views of the harbour, and village right next to skyscrapers.

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A Royal Caribbean cruise ship leaves the Hong Kong harbour
Aerial view of the village at Lei Yue Mun, Hong Kong
Just a few minutes away from the skyscrapers is this village in Lei Yue Mun

Aerial view of the edge of Lei Yue Mun, Hong Kong
Sam Ka Tsuen, Hong Kong
A speedboat swerves around the lighthouse at Lei Yue Mun, Hong Kong
Bon voyage!
Water, rocks, and grass - Lei Yue Mun, Hong Kong
The Lei Yue Mun Coast Light Tower
Top view of a hamlet at Lei Yue Mun, Hong Kong
1 Of The 3 Treacherous Peaks

High Junk Peak


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High Junk Peak in all it's glory as seen from Miu Tsai Tun
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Aerial view of the south side of High Junk Peak at sunset
Marine Park in Hong Kong

Hoi Ha Wan


One of the six marine parks in Hong Kong, Hoi Ha Wan is a sanctuary for marine life. It is also one of the best spots in Hong Kong for snorkeling and kayaking.

Read more about Hoi Ha Wan in this blog post.

Looking out into the sea - Hoi Ha Wan, Hong Kong
The beaches that are broken at high tide - Hoi Ha Wan, Hong Kong

Gorgeous patterns seem from above at Hoi Ha Wan, Hong Kong
Hoi Ha Beach with the kayak rental shops
The other side of Hoi Ha Beach had a party
The coral rich waters of Hoi Ha Wan, Hong Kong
The pier next to the wreck at Hoi Ha Wan, Hong Kong
Jockey Club HSBC WWF Hong Kong Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre
Hoi Ha beach and village, Hong Kong
The gorgeous Sharp Peak as seen from Hoi Ha Wan, Hong Kong
Gorgeous Bay Living

Deep Water Bay & Repulse Bay

Repulse Bay on the left, and Deep Water Bay on the right, Hong Kong

Aerial view of Repulse Bay, Hong Kong
Deep Water Bay, Hong Kong
Ballafreer in Deep Water Bay, Hong Kong
Right above the Hong Kong Golf Course, Deep Water Bay, Hong Kong
Chilled out waterfront area

Cyberport

Borders by shade

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Aerial view of Cyberport and the Waterfront Park
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Bel-Air in the background at Cyberport, Hong Kong
The Guan Yin Statue

Tsz Shan Monastery


Nestled among the peaceful hills of Tai Po district is one of Hong Kong’s most beautiful monasteries.

Learn more about the Tsz Shan Monastery

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The beautiful Tsz Shan Monastery and The Guan Yin Statue, Hong Kong at sunset
aka Aberdeen Island, and Ap Lei Pai

Ap Lei Chau


Ap Lei Chau is a residential, and industrial area on the southern end of Hong Kong Island.

Wong Chuk Hang overlooking the pier
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Aerial view of Ap Lei Chau and its sports centre

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Boats parked at the pier near Ap Lei Chau
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The tombolo that connects Ap Lei Chau to Ap Lei Pai
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Right above Ap Lei Pai's hiking path
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Ap Lei Pai Island aerial view
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South Horizons Playground, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong
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The Stacked Life - South Horizons, Hong Kong
One of the nicer beaches on Hong Kong Island

Big Wave Bay


Big Wave Bay is a popular destination among beach goers on Hong Kong Island. As the name suggests, it’s also fairly popular among surfers who come to the beach to catch some amazing waves.

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Surfers wait patiently for a wave
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An aerial view of Big Wave Bay on Hong Kong Island
A Place For Leisurely Walks

Shing Mun Reservoir


The Shing Mun Reservoir Walk offers visitors a chance to get away from Hong Kong, and immerse themselves in natural beauty in the city’s backyard.

Learn More About Shing Mun

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A tiny islet in the middle of Shing Mun reservoir?
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Aerial view of the valve tower, and steel bridge

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Looking down on the shores of the Shing Mun Reservoir
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The Shing Mun Reservoir's bellmouth
Lot's Of Grass & Cows

Grass Island


In the north-east periphery of Hong Kong lies Tap Mun. A beautiful island perfect for picnics, camping, clear waters, or simply spending a relaxing day.

Learn More About Grass Island

I loved the jagged rocky shores of Tap Mun Island
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Aerial view of Grass Island
Tap Mun seen from a distance

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The South Pole Of Hong Kong

Po Toi


Po Toi, the South Pole of Hong Kong, is famous for its rock formations & seaweed. With no obstructions on the horizon, the sunset views here are gorgeous!

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A beach squeezed in, Po Toi
The country trail with its many options, Po Toi
A Hidden Gem

Brides Pool Waterfall


Far away from the concrete jungle is a beautiful waterfall in a real jungle. Brides Pool is a great spot for a hike, swim, or BBQ. See these beautiful pics!

Learn More About Brides Pool Waterfall

Aerial photo of the Bride's Pool
Looking down at the stream

My favourite aerial photo of the Bride's Pool
Waterfall in the wilderness
One Of The More Popular Islands

Lamma Island


Houses over looking the sea
Sticks out like a sore thumb

Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier
Fairly crowded for a sunny Sunday

BBQs & Family Walks

Peng Chau


Away from the crowds, this island’s lack of commercial establishments takes you to a world where time moves slowly.

Learn More About Peng Chau

Neha enjoying her afternoon nap
Watching the ferry come to the pier in Peng Chau

aerial view of the bbq pits at peng chau island
As night began to fall, the area looked more beautiful
People climbing on the Old Fisherman’s Rock
A Great Beach On Lantau Island

Pui O


After a grueling hike from Mui Wo to Pui O, these are some of the amazing aerial photo shots of got of Pui O beach on Lantau Island, Hong Kong.

The Pui O town
Back sand sediment at Pui O Beach, HK
Early morning, empty beach at Pui O
A Great Weekend Getaway

Cheung Chau Island


Cheung Chau is a relatively popular island between Lamma Island and Lantau Island. Over the weekend and holidays, the island gets significant traffic from the city because of its ease of access, tons of options to eat and drink and a couple of nice beaches.

Peng Chau with Discovery Bay in the background
Aerial view of the Kwun Yam Wan Beach on Cheung Chau Island, Hong Kong
Ever heard of Wu Kai Sha?

Starfish Bay


The first aerial photo that I was proud of


Above & Beyond

Nam Sang Wai


The best place to learn how to fly your drone in Hong Kong. Wide open spaces, no buildings, no people.

Fields of Nam Sang Wai
The wetlands in Hong Kong

An abandoned house
Fields of Nam Sang Wai

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