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Around half an hour's drive from the town, Hong Kong Wetland Park is a feast for the nature lovers. The parking and entry fee is very much cheaper than that of theme parks like Disneyland.
The reward, if you ask me, is at least ten...More
Hong Kong Wetland Park is a world-class ecotourism park that's a fantastic spot to enjoy some of Hong Kong’s unique flora and fauna. The park is also home to an impressive cast of wildlife, including birds, butterflies, dragonflies, amphibians, reptiles and fish. A visitor centre...More
This is one of the few options to escape the bust and crowd of Hong Kong. This vast wetland has a crocodile house, a nicely maintained pathway as well as some bird-seeing cottages. Well worth the 30 HKD admission. Bus 967 conveniently connects Wetland Park...More
We just passed the exit barrier at 5pm. My young son told me he urgently need to use the loo.
I saw the toilet just back inside the exit barrier, but the security guard refused to let me back in as my wife had my...More
This is our second time visiting Wetland Park in Hong Kong. We got there by West Rail, Light Rail and just a short walk. You can find the direction very clear on website. We checked out its museum where there are some displays of wetland...More
We took the tram from Tin Shui Wai and its was a nice quote tour.
Had lunch in the cafe at the entrance which is basic and not so good
Started the tour and saw many ducks and storks in the lake
But other than...More
This is an amazing place if you love nature and birds. We went on a Sunday morning. There were volunteers around the park to introduce various aspects of nature.
It can get quite hot. Bring water and be prepared to walk a lot. Recommend to...More
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
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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.