As the name suggests, this hike is not for the faint-hearted. But if you’re quite the daredevil, Suicide Cliff could be your next big adventure. This spot is incredibly popular with photographers and is all over Instagram thanks to its breathtaking views, which we think must be experienced in person for the full effect. It is quite a risky hike though, especially if you decide to head out onto the cliff, so be sure to find someone experienced to accompany you, or just be super careful at all times.
Duration: 2 hours (or longer, if you’re obsessed with getting the perfect Instagram shot)
Getting there: There are quite a few routes up Suicide Cliff. One begins at a small unmarked path along Fei Ngo Shan Road. To get there, take minibus 1A from Choi Hung MTR Station Exit C1 and get off at Fei Ngo Shan Road (best to notify your driver once you get on the minibus because they don’t always stop there). Walk along Fei Ngo Shan Road until you see a small winding path on your left and walk in. The trail towards Suicide Cliff can be found right before to a residential building. Click here for Google Map directions.
Getting home: Return to Fei Ngo Shan Road the way you came and walk or take minibus 1A back to Choi Hung MTR Station. Alternatively, continue walking up to Kowloon Peak, which will take around 15 minutes. You’ll know that you’ve reached the peak when you see a television transmission tower and a helipad. Head back down the steps to return to Fei Ngo Shan Road.
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