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Hong Kong Wetland Park

Hong Kong Wetland Park

Located at the northern part of Tin Shui Wai, in Yuen Long, Wetland Park is composed of a 10000-square-meter visitor center, Wetland Interactive World, and a 60-hectare Wetland Reserve. Opened in May 2006 it is the first park of its kind in Asia. As a world-level ecological tourist attraction, it has a vast natural beauty. The Wetland Park consists of model displays of wildlife, simulated wetland, recreational and educational facilities. By traveling around the Wetland Park, visitors can not only appreciate the natural beauty, but also know the forms of water and experience the peculiarity of life in water. There are almost 190 kinds of birds, 40 types of dragonflies and over 200 types of butterflies and moths. Wetland Reserve includes man-made wetlands and re-created habitats designed for water fowls and other wildlife.

Precautions

When you visit the wetland, do not use your hand to touch wild. If you touch them by accident, please wash your hands right away with water, soap liquid, alcohol-soaked wet tissues or alcohol sponges. If there are any sick birds or dead birds, please inform the staff of the park to test their illness or cause of death.  

Tickets

Tickets are HK$30 for adults and HK$15 for child (3-18 years old), students and elders. Tickets are free for children below 3 years old.

Opening Hours

Opening hours are from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (tickets stop selling at 4:00 pm) on Monday, Wednesday to Sunday and public holiday. It is closed on Tuesday (there is an exception on public holidays).

Transportation

1. You can take the MTR to Tin Shui Wei Stop and then take MTR Light Rail to Westland Park Stop, and then walk 5 minutes. The light rail line 705, 706, Kowloon bus number 264M, 265M, 265S, 276A, 276B or 967 all are feasible.

2. Take KCR West Rail to Tin Shui Wei Stop and then transfer to light rail line 705, 706 and get off at Wetland Park Stop.

3. Take bus number 967 to Grandeur Terrace Stop and then walk about 3 minutes.