Hong Kong’s best drives
There’s a reason classic car enthusiasts meet before dawn for their monthly Sunday drives: it’s the only time of the week with virtually no traffic. here are four of their picks for memorable sunrise routes
Twisting around the Dragon’s Back, this drive on Hong Kong Island culminates in spectacular views of the sea before ending at the beach. Hong Kong’s longest road is also one of its most beautiful, at least for the 16-kilometre stretch along the turquoise waters of Rambler Channel. This sinuous mountain road skirts the city’s tallest peak, Tai Mo Shan, a tempting detour for those wanting to test the limits of their car. A pleasantly scenic journey through Plover Cove Country Park brings you to the mangroves and seaside dai pai dongs of Starling Inlet.