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Well the Hill itself is not much to see. But it’s the monkeys you want to see. And when our car rolled up on the parking next to the monkey hill there were the monkeys. Fascinating little creatures. If you want to see monkeys this...More
Took a taxi from Kowloon Station, and a taxi back. Around $50 each way. Lots of people there on a Sunday afternoon. All of them seemed to be feeding the monkeys, with noone enforcing the restrictions, There was a lot of rubbish from all of...More
Spent ~2h on a gentle-minimally strenuous (some steep stairs) walk. There are enough different walking trails in the park and also in a neighbouring park across Tai Po Rd to occupy you for longer.
Went for the walk expecting to see monkeys, and see monkeys...More
If you like monkeys, you will love this place! Unfortunately lot of people are feeding the monkeys, causing them to get more aggressive and snatchy. But if you abide by the rules, a simple hello shouldn't do any harm. Great place, adorable and monkey infested...More
I visited Kam Shan Country and after taken the wrong bus from the wrong mtr station I will try to give you a good description.
First, is this attraction worth a half day of from Hong Kong Island or Kowloon?
If you spent some days...More
My wife and I recently visited the Kam Shan Country Park also known as Monkey Mountain to see the Macaques up close, my wife was a little hesitant after reading some negative reviews but I was adamant I wanted to see the free range monkeys...More
We arrived here and it didn't take us long to find the monkeys. I would recommend not to go on the nature trail as we couldn't spot any wildlife, but instead go towards the reservoirs. You will start to see more and more monkeys but...More
We had one day transfer in Hong Kong, and, coming from a quite green island, we didn't want to spend the whole day in downtown so we decided to go in that park (very close to the city center) taking a bus, to try to...More
Great free fun in Hong Kong. The bus drops you off at the entrance and it won't be long before you see monkeys everywhere. Do not bring any food and heed the warning signs that are all over the place about not feeding the monkeys....More