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Hong Kong Wetland Park, Hong Kong

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Learn about the ecological importance of wetland ecosystems with an educational trip to Hong Kong Wetland Park, filled with trails, bird hides, and viewing platforms. Here you'll find many unique species of plant and animal life, including butterflies, dragonflies, amphibians, reptiles, and fish. The park also hosts a comprehensive visitor center where you can learn about wetlands through interactive exhibits, galleries, and films. To visit Hong Kong Wetland Park and get the most from your holiday in Hong Kong, create itinerary details personal to you using our Hong Kong vacation generator.
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Head to Tsim Sha Tsui for the main tourist section of Hong Kong, where it's easy to find reasonably priced accommodations to suit your particular requirements, with more expensive hotels closer to the water and side streets offering budget hostels. You can also consider Hong Kong Island, which offers easy links to the mainland via its ferry and train lines. Chain hotels sit in the northern section of the island, where luxury and budget options remain available.
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  • Quite a distance from HK Island but well worth he journey. Best route is to take the 967 bus which is direct, otherwise you can take the MTR and change onto the light railway numbers 705 or 706.  more »
  • This was a good place to visit,we had a sunny day,was nice to just walk around and look,the day we went there were so many school children,there so good for them to learn early,the little ones were so...  more »
  • My friend and I visited this park on a cool cloudy day and didn't see that many birds or butterflies, but it was such a serene, peaceful setting. There are signs all over the park to tell people to ke...  more »
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  • It's a small and cute place. Very informative but I wish they had more exhibits inside. The outdoor gardens and various bird watch towers was awesome. I got to see some neat plants and wildlife.
  • A place to appreciate the natural inhabitants in this part of Hong Kong. Much effort is made to leave nature undistributed while allowing visitors to roam the area. It is a good educational place, not necessary great because there are other places in Hong Kong you can enjoy nature without needing man made structure around it.
  • A good place to enjoy peaceand quiet. Also, a place for birders as there is an areato watch birds.
  • It's rare to find places where you can quietly observe nature. Unfortunately this place was underwhelming. One of the bird observation decks were views of trash in the water or sidelines. The most impressive was the swamps towards the end where there were more birds in the water. The management has really fallen behind on keeping the water free of trash and maintenance on dying plants.
  • You don't find a lot of places like this in Hong Kong where you can get away from the crowds and just simply, enjoy a day with the nature. You can walk freely in this open space! A few good photo spots in this place. For a moment or two, I actually feel that I am somewhere else but Hong Kong. Go on a sunny day as this place is all outdoor with no cover. Inside the park, a bit of walking but all with good footpaths and mainly flat surfaces. Transport wise, not so hard to get here via West MTR link to Tin Shui Wai station and then, a ten minute ride on the light rail. Very easy to navigate to here, even for a foreigner.