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Driving on the wild side of former colonial paradise Hong Kong (where 40 per cent of the land is made up of nature reserves and parks)

A self-drive break in Honkers, Kowloon and the New Territories, in the land where the British Empire's glory days are preserved by the People's Liberation Army of China.
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