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Honouring the Meeting Time:  
Please know we have a 10mins allowance for waiting time. In order to honour those who have arrived on time. If you arrive after our agreed meeting time, please follow the instructions below of how to walk to our meeting site by your own means.

Meeting place:

Murray House, by the entrance of Blake Pier



There is a gentle walk to our gathering spot, which is mostly flat, but does involve some very short parts of walking up and down stairs. Our destination is to a sandy beach.


What should I bring to the walk?



  • Water bottle, 1.5litres

  • Hat, sunscreen, mosquito repellent

  • Comfortable clothing, suitable for outdoors and sitting on the floor.

  • Suggest long trousers to protect from insect bites

  • Comfortable walking shoes


*A mat,camping chair or yoga mat. Please bring a whatever you need to sit with extra comfort.



  • Journal/notebook

  • Packed lunch/Snacks






*You are welcome to bring your camera. However, we do encourage people to be mindful of their use of digital devices during the experience.


Your guide: Jasmine Nunns
Jasmine Nunns has always been passionate about animals and the natural environment. Having spent a childhood climbing trees, digging for earth worms, and rescuing animals, it led her to working for animal welfare and environmental conservation charities, channelling her work to connecting people with animals and nature.


Over her 12 years working in experiential education, Jasmine has continually pursued further development to arm herself with the skills and knowledge needed to help others on their journey of connection. Jasmine is a ICF certified professional coach, she has also been trained in Permaculture Design, Mindfulness, and Eco-Therapy. Jasmine has also attended courses in NVC (Non-Violent Communication), nature connection and is a certified Nature & Forest Therapy Guide with the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy. In addition, she is a Master Educator in Leave No Trace ethics and a Wilderness First Aid Responder.





What are my transport options for getting to and from the meeting point?

  • MTR to Chai Wan station, then take 16X mini bus towards Stanley. Alight at the last stop, and walk towards Stanley Plaza 

  • MTR to Causeway Bay Station, take the 40 mini bus to Stanley. Alight at Stanley Plaza

  • Bus - 6, 6A, 6X or 260 from Central Exchange Square, alight at Stanley Plaza

  • Taxi – from closest MTR station Ocean Park, Approx $70


Will there be toilets there?
There are a number of toilets available in Stanley area, we recommend using the facilities before heading to the meeting point.


Will there be food provided?
Snacks will be provided by the organiser. However, we recommend you have a hearty meal beforehand, and bring whatever you need to keep comfortable before we end at noon. Please do let us know if you have any dietary requirements, or food allergies.


I'm not very fit, does this matter?

Our guided experiences take things slowly and allow people to go comfortably at their own pace. There will be a short 5 min walk to our gathering spot, which includes some short climbs on stairs. 


Are my children allowed to come?
Kembali offers programmes and workshops specifically for families and children, please contact us if you are interested in booking a family event. For this event, the minimum age is 14yrs.


Please contact Jasmine Nunns
6110 9293


Meeting point:

Entrence of Blake Pier, next to Murray House, Stanley.



Click for the Google link

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If you are arriving late, please follow the photo directions below to guide you. Click on the photo to access written directions.


Have other questions? Contact us and we'll get back to you within 24 hours -

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