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Hong Kong's interesting rock formations and natural landforms are numerous and easily accessible. Many of them are near country trails or within close proximity to urban districts. Such unique advantage makes it ideal for geological discovery and field research. To top it all, most of these attractions are effectively managed and protected because they lie within the borders of country parks or marine parks. They are prized natural assets with conservation, education and recreation value.

Although modest in size, Hong Kong has an impressive showcase of intriguing natural landforms. Amongst these, geological relics in the eastern region is most unique and highly valued by geologists. These famous formations include:

Bluff Island (Sha Tong Hau Shan) Bluff Island (Sha Tong Hau Shan)
Magnificent sea stacks
Wang Chau Wang Chau
Stunning tubular rock columns and sea caves
Basalt Island Basalt Island
Typical coastal terrain
Ninepin Group (Kwo Chau Islands) Ninepin Group (Kwo Chau Islands)
Spectacular joint columns
Wong Chuk Kok Tsui Wong Chuk Kok Tsui
Oldest rock in Hong Kong
Tung Ping Chau Tung Ping Chau
Youngest sedimentary rock in Hong Kong
High Island High Island
Internationally rare acidic polygonal volcanic rock columns
Lai Chi Chong Lai Chi Chong
Volcaniclastic sedimentary rock
Yan Chau Tong Yan Chau Tong
Serene and picturesque marine park
Port Island (Chek Chau) Port Island (Chek Chau)
Danxia wonder at sea
Sharp Island (Kiu Tsui Chau) Sharp Island (Kiu Tsui Chau)
Memories of volcanic lava flows
Ma Shi Chau Ma Shi Chau
Permian rock garden of Hong Kong
Kat O Kat O New
The ancient marketplace of Mirs Bay
Ap Chau Ap ChauNew
Hong Kong's natural wonders
Kat O Lai Chi Wo New
A cultural and ecological gem
Geopark Hotel
Geo Museum
Geo Floating Kiosk
Geo Guide
Geo Sightseeing
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