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All reviews free zoo birds and animals large fountain albany road scarlet ibis flora and fauna peak tram free entry worth a visit the hustle and bustle couple of hours hk park concrete jungle wander around busy city few hours enclosures
While there's not much to complain about Hong Kong when it comes to breathing, get a healthy relaxation nevertheless in one of its largest, beautiful, lovely nature reserves!
Hike, walk, run, experience green in one of the world's best cities!
Located in the financial district. Free entry and easy to get to. Clean bathroom facilities and free wifi. Birds, herbs, plants and monkeys to see. The enclosures for the monkeys and larger birds are far too small which is sad to see.
We all (4) including a disabled person had a fantastic day. From the zoo part to the entertainments and food all was great.
Specially the quality of service and attention to the disabled person.
The best spot we've been in Hong Kong 😊.
Mixture of animal, birds and different plants at one place in the middle of city center.
Different varieties of flowers, plants, monkeys and birds to be seen here.
Good for kids and walking around with skyscrapers in the background.
Ok to visit if in central...More
Small zoo with free entry. Found the cages to be very small for the animals and also the cages themselves quite black with the bars/wires close together making them hard to see through.
A lot of different types of monkeys and birds. Our highlights were...More
We decided to visit with two small people and travelled by taxi to the lower entrance. We managed to negotiate the steps and hills, but I concur with an earlier reviewer- it would definitely be better to start at the top if you have little...More
We came here with our kindergarten kids. It was definitely worth the visit in terms of nature and birds/monkeys to see for the children. Children had a good time running around in the garden and some animals to see on the way.
Especially if you have kids, it is much better to start at the top of the hill and work down. Not very stroller friendly at all, so keep in mind there are steep hills. But it is a nice place with a playground, nice animal...More
The gardens are good; and the signs on the trees are excellent; informative and interesting. There is also something nice about being in such a crowded city and having some relatively quiet green space
The zoo is free; and there are lemurs and smaller monkeys...More
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.
No fee. Not a big zoo. If going from Admiralty (MRT) up, up, up, for a heart and lung challenge, think twice! You had better be in shape and ready for a confusing and poorly marked walk up many, many steps, steep grades... More
No fee. Not a big zoo. If going from Admiralty (MRT) up, up, up, for a heart and lung challenge, think twice! You had better be in shape and ready for a confusing and poorly marked walk up many, many steps, steep grades, through intersections with wild, dangerous road traffic. Doing this on a hot and steamy June day was our biggest mistake while in Hong Kong for four days.
Best way to go to Zoological and Botanical Gardens? (3 Replies)
We're planning to go to zoological and botanical gardens after going to the victoria peak. What is the best way to go there? My parents are seniors so I really have to consider them. And if you can also recommend good places near the area please do so! I will really appreciate your help!
March 20, 2018|
Take the Peak Tram down to Lower Peak Tram Terminus. Walk over there, ~5 minutes but it is a little bit uphill.
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Dolphin Watching and Fishing Village (12 Replies)
Need your help to plan for 3 days activities,1st June - 3rd June (arriving 31 May and leaving 4th June). This is our 2nd visit and this trip we hope to cover dolphin watch, fishing village and Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. Will be staying near convention centre at Wan Chai. Contacted HK DolphinWatch Ltd and still waiting for their reply. My plan is:- 1st June (Sat): Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. 2nd June (Sun): Dolphin watch & fishing village. Q: Which...More
May 27, 2013|
Response fromKay C|
Hi, Not sure what exactly you're asking for here but I'll do my best to give you my opinion. Maybe you just wanted people to weight in if your plan is good? Since you've already contacted a Dolphin Watching company, I'd wait for their reply. Or try another one as a comparison? There aren't that many fishing villages left in HK. The only one I know of it's a tourist hot spot called Tai O. That's the most authentic with stilt-houses. It's located in Lantau Island (south west from the...More