Is ‘forest bathing’ a way to escape Hong Kong’s stifling city buzz and truly appreciate nature?

//Is ‘forest bathing’ a way to escape Hong Kong’s stifling city buzz and truly appreciate nature?

Is ‘forest bathing’ a way to escape Hong Kong’s stifling city buzz and truly appreciate nature?

A howl breaks the silence surrounding the High Island Reservoir in Sai Kung. It is not by any wild animal though, but by Jasmine Nunns, a forest therapy guide, calling to her participants – or “forest bathers”.“Forest bathing offers a break from city life. Listening to the sound of birds is not like listening to traffic and people. It’s about reconnecting with our bodies, and other people,” says Nunns, 33, founder of Kembali, a group that offers nature and forest therapy walks, as well as…

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