Region: New Territories

IN0033 Conjunction between Chat To River & Lotus Stream

The recording is taken at a junction of the stream, Chat To River which is named for having 7 bridge constructed across as “Chat” is seven in Chinese, and Lotus Stream which is named for the stream from Lin Fa Shan (Lotus Hill) to the Tai Lam Chung Reservoir. You can listen to the soundscape…
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IN0030 Grassland West of Shek Lung Kung Pavillion

A grassland located at the west of Shek Lung Kung Pavillion, with the view of Ting Kau Bridge, and no further information found temporarily. You can hear some clean crow calling and some plane flying over. Recorded on 18-12-2018

IN0021 Sze Fong Shan

Sze Fong Shan is the fourth highest peak in Hong Kong with a height of 785m, located at the northeast of Tai Mo Shan. Showing a lots of strange rocks, it is also called the Sei Fong (Square) Stonehenge in Chinese. On the foggy rainy day, you can hear to a continuous cricket sound and…
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IN0011 Shun Yeung Fung of Pat Sin Leng

(Early stage Recording) Shun Yeung Fung, with a height of 590m, is the highest peak among Pat sin leng, the eight continuous named by the eight Chinese Immortals. It is named by Lü Dongbin who is the de facto leader of eights. You can hear the sound from construction sites along with some cricket sound…
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IN0010 Outside the entrance of Wan Tsai South Campsite at midnight

(Early stage Recording) Located outside the entrance of the campsite on Wan Tsai Peninsula in the Sai Kung West Country Park (Wan Tsai Extension), next to the Long Harbour (Tai Tan Hoi). You can hear the birds and bugs at 04:30 a.m. and a plane flying above. Recorded on 02-07-2016

IN0009 Wan Tsai South Campsite at midnight

(Early stage Recording) The campsite is located on Wan Tsai Peninsula in the Sai Kung West Country Park (Wan Tsai Extension), next to the Long Harbour (Tai Tan Hoi). You can feel the birds and insect orchestra at 4 a.m. alongside with some snoring of campers in the recording. Recorded on 02-07-2016

IN0007 Ma On Shan

(Early stage Recording) Ma On Shan (Horse saddle peak), is the seventh high mountain in Hong Kong with 702m height. It is distinguished as a saddle with its second peak the Hunch Backs. It is also named as Kei Ling, meaning standing hill, with its straight standing east slope. You can listen to the strong…
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IN0006 Pyramid Hill

(Early stage Recording) Pyramid Hill located at the south direction of Ma On Shan, with a height of 536m. Its is named with its outlook similar with a pyramid. You can listen to the birds and plane in the cloudy sky. Recorded on 02-05-2016

IN0003 A rock in between Kowloon Peak and Middle Hill

(Early stage Recording) A Rock north of Kowloon Peak, having the whole Sai Kung as its view. In a pathway without cover, all you can hear in the recording is wind, and some plane above. Recorded on 26-03-2016