Lantau, the largest island in Hong Kong, with an area of 14,400 hectares, is in southwestern Hong Kong. Over 70% of its land is still undeveloped and contains rich biodiversity. More than 190 butterfly species, 60 dragonfly species, 30 reptiles and a dozen amphibians can be found there.
“Lantau - The Gem of Nature” was launched in 2013. The programme includes ecotours, exhibitions and school talks, as well as publication of teaching aids and guidebooks such as The Gem of Lantau's Nature and Gems of Lantau to explore the precious and beautiful nature of Lantau with the public.
*Free copies of the two guide books are available for the general public upon request. Please follow the above links for more details.