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Walk Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China
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About Walk Hong Kong
Walk Hong Kong has been offering guided walking and hiking tours since 2003. We take you on a hike within Hong Kong's Country Parks - some of Hong Kong's most unpopulated and pristine areas. Or join one of our guided walking tours: Kowloon markets, Hong Kong history, WW2 traces or bird-watching tours. Take advantage of Walk Hong Kong's extensive knowledge and share in our passion for this region. All Walk Hong Kong's outings can be booked as privately guided tours as well.
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Jessica K wrote a review Dec 2020
Hong Kong, China72 contributions28 helpful votes
Martin took us into the past and with an engaging narrative we felt as if we'd witnessed the battle for Hong Kong. This is a powerful experience that'll leave anyone in awe of Hong Kong's WW2 history. Thank you Martin!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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David M wrote a review Nov 2020
Hong Kong, China3 contributions4 helpful votes
So glad I finally got around do taking the Hong Kong Wong Nai Chung Gap Guided Walk with Martin Heyes this week. I have been living in Hong Kong for 10 years and had passed by some of the remaining World War II relics and various notices on the hiking trails without really appreciating what happened in the Battle of Hong Kong back in 1941. Walk Hong Kong’s Wong Nai Chung Gap trail provides an informative morning hike through a key area of the battle. Martin is a real authority on this crucial period in Hong Kong’s’ history and did a wonderful job explaining the lead up to the invasion and the resulting events impacting the entire Hong Kong Island and surrounding area. I would recommend this walk to tourists visiting Hong Kong who are interested in the Would Wat II history, as well as long term residents of Hong Kong. Thanks to Martin for this riveting walk and all the stories. Also, the recommended further reading and documentaries on this topic you kindly shared.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Roam620565 wrote a review Jan 2020
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Thank you so much to Martin Heyes for tailoring a truly remarkable history walk of Stanley for my family. Martin is not only passionate about Hong Kong and her history - he also used to be head of the Stanley Police Station - so he has a fountain of private knowledge which he clearly thoroughly enjoys sharing. I've lived in Hong Kong for two decades and yet Martin was able to take me to so many places that I had no idea about and we were all enthralled by his war stories. Thank you so much Martin.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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KLW wrote a review Jan 2020
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My partner and I went on a walking tour with Martin Heyes and we had chosen the Wong Ngai Chung Gap trail. Martin is really passionate about making sure we learn and understand and brought history to life. We come to Hong Kong for leisure so often that I feel like we should get to know the country better instead of just going out shopping and scratching the surface of it. I would recommend this tour for students and even if you are not a history buff this is a great experience to learn something important. Martin does tours for students as well in international schools as well. I'll definitely be doing more tours with Martin and Walk HK.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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alfazok wrote a review Jan 2020
Newcastle, Australia21 contributions12 helpful votes
We did the WWII trail with Martin Heyes on 2nd Jan and it was a highlight of our trip to Hong Kong. We learnt about the battle for Hong Kong and more, when he realised we were Australian he explained the Australian connections to the battle and ongoing Japanese occupations, which was very interesting. Apart from the history we also saw a bit of Hong Kong we wouldn’t have visited. Can definitely recommend a tour with Martin if you are at all interested in history.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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