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Soaked up by the vibrant pace and buzz of the metropolitan cities? Never worry! There are few majestic green landscapes where you will not only escape from the hurly-burly of the urban area, but revive up your mind, body and soul in these other-worldly parks, just at the outskirts.
Whether it is sea guarding cliffs towards the south of the London, or an exotic beach outlining the Hong Kong, you ought to take out some time out of your schedule and revel in these rejuvenating landscapes.
Near London – South Downs National Park
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If you ask the locals about what’s new in London? They will suggest you to take a walk alongside the sea cliffs in the Britain’s new national park. This walk with majestic vistas of the sea is absolutely mesmerizing and territory itself feels much like the last corner of the earth.
The stark white and commanding Seven Sisters Cliff with the verdant hills blemished by sheep and straw bale, are the nature’s conspiracy to endow magical traits in this territory. South Downs Way can easily be dedicated a day for its 100 mile footpath, or may be cycling some parts of the gigantic 1200km bridleways of the park
Near Hong Kong – Sai Kung East Country Park
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If you have never been to Hong Kong, than your image of Hong Kong would be of a futuristic city with glittering skyline. But serendipitously, just an hour northeast of the city lies a perfect incarnation of paradise; Long Ke Wan, the most enigmatic beach of the Hong Kong. It is accessed via Section 1 of the MacLehose Trail which passes through bizarre rock formations and gaping sea caves. Bring your own stuffs as the beautiful stretch of sand is completely unblemished. The ethereal contrast of the white sands and turquoise waters of the South China Sea are likely to make you skip a beat or two.
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