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

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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.

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