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I was actually here on a school trip with my Y2 class but unfortunately too many schools (including ours to be fair) were booked on that day so it was quite chaotic and loud lots of the way round. However when my group did manage...More
Well developed walkways, lots of interpretive panels, but considering its 61ha in size the walkway is short. I saw a few birds, several different butterflies, mudskippers and grey mullet ... but not in abundance, you had to really look for them. Park still recovering from...More
The entrance to the centre is a modern, light building housing a cafe and several exhibits along with education rooms. Thee are other buildings dotted around the wetlands themselves as well.
The paths are well laid out and are either asphalt or raised wood walkways,...More
Wetland park is way more beautiful than what it looks on their website. Located in tin shui wai, near yuen long. Tickets are cheap and easy to reach by public transport. Educational and adventurous for all age groups. Enjoy bird watching, walking on the trail...More
Hong Kong Wetland Park (香港濕地公園) is located in the northern part of Tin Shui Wai (天水圍), New Territories. This 60 hectare (148 acre) Wetland Reserve was initially considered to have an ecological mitigation area (EMA) to balance the loss of wetlands due to the nearby...More
Living nearby I decided I should try out the wetland park to see if worth recommending when friends visit.
It was a hot Monday, but I enjoyed the walk along flat paths with places to sit and enjoy the scenery.
I learned about local bugs...More
It’s a very peaceful place. I went there on a week day and there were very few tourists (less than 5 groups of visitors) in the park. One might get bored if they don’t know what to pay attention to or what to look for....More
I visited the Hong Kong Wetland Park because I enjoy slow easy hikes in areas which are not overcrowded. The park provides a tranquil relief from bustling city life in Hong Kong. I saw birds, butterflies and dragonflies while I was there. Not exactly teeming...More
This large (about 150 acres/61 hectares) natural Park-like area is amidst the high intensity, and densely populated cities-- Shenzhen and Hong Kong [combined population is over 19 million]. There are a number of very interesting "themed galleries" as well as four different "themed walks". There...More
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As someone who has never done any birdwatching before, Mai Po would probably require a good deal of research and a local guide, and possibly a special permit obtained from certain gov't dept. I would not consider going... More
As someone who has never done any birdwatching before, Mai Po would probably require a good deal of research and a local guide, and possibly a special permit obtained from certain gov't dept. I would not consider going through all this work unless I'm being invited.
On the other hand, the Wetland Park is just much more accessible and it is very well managed with staff and amateur birdwatchers explaining every detail you need to know.