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Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, Hong Kong

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Stroll through Yuen Po Street Bird Garden and view its many colorful residents, some for sale and some belonging to locals. Explore the gardens, enjoy the lively chirping of the songbirds, and hang out with the locals who come here to showcase their prized pets. Observe the vibrantly feathered parrots among the lush flowers, or browse the decorative cages and other bird accessories. See the birds being fed grasshoppers, take some photos, and enjoy the bird-themed art distributed throughout the garden. For Yuen Po Street Bird Garden and beyond, use our Hong Kong trip generator to get the most from your Hong Kong vacation.
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  • A 15 minute walk from Prince Edward MTR next to the Flower Market. Not for everyone, but an intriguing look at this aspect of local culture. A wide range of birds there: finches, love birds, parrots, ...  more »
  • We visited the flower stalls and Yuen Po Bird Garden in Mong Kok for a glimpse into a more traditional Hong Kong market. We sat on a garden bench, and watched elderly locals take their caged birds for...  more »
  • This is a bit away from the very centre but not far by metro. The bird market is really interesting, with many sorts of colourful birds. Next to it is the flower market, also pretty.  more »
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  • A neat little garden where typically men carry/hang their bird cages and chit chat with their friends. It's part of Hong Kong's culture and a hobby mostly for men back in the days. There are small and affordable bird cages and ceramic dishes for souvenir.
  • Some people (not shopkeepers) bring their own birds just to chill out here, nice
  • Bird Street is very popular with tourists. If you go early on weekends you can see enthusiasts displaying their birds. There is a wide range of birds available especially during spring. Cages are highly decorative but are far too small for most birds. I eventually found a large old cage for my very active pair of Japanese White eyes / Seung Si.
  • A peaceful place to stroll and buy a bird. There are probably 70-ish bird merchants here.
  • I was hoping for pretty birds in pretty cages, but nothing about this was pretty. It's over crowded in those caves and the whole thing is dingy. The flower markets are a better choice.