Like those at Fovant Down, these military badges were cut by British servicemen stationed in Hong Kong above San Wai Camp in the New territories. There were at least 6 badges, left to right 1 - Somerset Light Infantry, 2 - Kings Own Scottish Borderers or the Cambridgeshire regiment, 3 - Unknown, 4 - Queens Surrey Regiment or 22nd or 24th County of London regiment, 5 - Royal Engineers, 7th City of London Regiment or Lothians and Border Horse Yeomanry Royal Armoured Corps, 6 - Royal Lincolnshire Regiment. There is possibly another unknown badge under the first badge just above the camp.
Not hillfigures but related rock carvings petroglyphs, carved in the rock faces near the Kyber Pass in what was then India but now Pakistan. The badges are of British regiments carved by soldiers stationed in the region, they have been joined by some modern Pakistani Regimental Badges.
They were still there in 1990.