One of the reasons that we love Hong Kong is the public park. It has so many public parks, that are not only big and beautiful, but also educational for kids, refreshing for everyone. We visited Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden last week and we’re really impressed with this park. Here is our Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens Review.
What’s in There?
When you arrive at the park, you can find many park map that give you a clear direction to explore the park.
Aviary. You can see many kind of aviary here from the beautiful flamingo to amazing goose, all aviary here are in the cage and we do not allowed to come inside the cage. They also provide many bench to sit down near to the cage so its very relaxing to enjoy the view with the bird sound as a backsound.
Mammals. This area is most attractive for Lala when we visit, because they have many kind of “monkey” like orang utan, gibbon, siamang, etc. Many kids are excited in this area, most of them are shouting to the animal and excited when see them swing.
Green House. They have the green house where we can see many type of plants and beautiful flower here.
They also have a very beautiful fountain and also kids playground 🙂
Beside that to enhance visitors’ knowledge and interest in the history of the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens as well as its animals and plants, guided visits are offered in Cantonese free of charge. Each session takes about two hours and can accommodate around 40 persons. Details are as follows:
Date : 10 April to 26 June 2016 (Every Sunday)
Time : 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Assembly Point: Education and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
How to Get There
Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden located in Albany Road, Central District. You can find the location on google map, and find the route to get there (click here to find some tips to get a bus route and schedule).
These are some accessible bus routes:
- From Central 12, 13
- From Admiralty 12A, 12M, 40M, 40P, 40
- From Causeway Bay 23B
- From North Point 23
- From Lok Fu 103
If you plan to visit Victoria Peak at the same day, we suggest you to come here after Victoria Peak, you can just walk around 10 minutes from Peak Tram Station to Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden just by following the signs.
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Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens Review
We really recommend you to visit this park when you visit Hong Kong, you can spend like half day here with your kids or just to stroll around and enjoy the park. For us who bring kids here, we really enjoy our time here because Lala can play and learn about animal and we also can let her play in the playground so she can release her energy here 😀
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