Monday, July 18, 2011


Checked out the Hong Kong Wetland Park the other day...
It was a good way to spend the afternoon. I was slightly disappointed with the lack of cool animals. We did however see a very big rat swimming through the swamps.
So here is my lazy-ass review. It was a great open space (which is rare and somewhat surreal in Hong Kong). It was clean and well maintained. Not a whole lot to do unless you are into walking around and enjoying nature. I would recommend checking it out if you feel like spending a day away from the buzz of the city.

The entrance to the building was lined with these cool bronze statues.

First thing to potentially see after passing through the visitors center is Pui Pui the crocodile.
Unfortunately, we didn't get to see him.

mass areas of green and blue.
calming walkway that trails throughout the entire park.

Take a walk on the wild side (not really though).

Lots of cool trees and plants.

We saw mainly dragonflies and a few butterflies...

Anyways, it was pleasant, but not the best thing I've ever done.
Price is 30HKD, Open 10 - 5 I believe. Closed on Tuesdays.

How to get there. Take the MTR to Tin Shui Wai. Then take the Light Rail to Hong Kong Wetland Park.

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