For a city that regular ranks as one of the world’s most expensive places to live, Hong Kong has a phenomenal amount of free things to see and do, from manic madly-photogenic markets to niche museums (many of which are free on Wednesdays) to serene temples scented with beehive incense. And despite its reputation as a concrete jungle, more than 70 per cent of the territory is dedicated green land, home to hundreds of miles of walking and hiking trails, lovely beaches (complete with barbecue pits, showers and loos), old-fashioned fishing villages and ace urban parks.
Hong Kong Island
Man Mo Temple
Visitors to Hong Kong tend to come here as their single temple excursion, partly because it is convenient…