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Hong Kong Nature Parks

Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terrace

Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terrace

Fall in Love with Hong Kong

Fall in Love with Hong Kong


Hong Kong Nature Parks


HONG KONG WETLAND PARK

Nature lovers will get a kick out of Hong Kong Wetland Park, a fascinating ecotourism park that explores Hong Kong’s varied flora and fauna. Its 60-hectare reserve showcases some of the city’s wonderful wildlife, from birds and butterflies to fish and amphibians, while a number of walks and gardens let you get up close. Interactive educational experiences are also offered, with galleries, a theatre, a cinema and various play areas, making the park fit for the whole family.

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MAI PO NATURE RESERVE

You wouldn’t think it from our towering buildings and crowded city, but Hong Kong is home to some of the world’s unique bird varieties. They're best seen out at the Mai Po Nature Reserve, a 380-hectare site with up to 90,000 migratory birds making the journey here every year. Catch everything from black- faced spoonbills to Saunder’s gulls, alongside otters, butterflies, crabs and reptiles. Conservation is high on the agenda, so access is often limited, but visitors can join group tours at weekends into the reserve.

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HONG KONG UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

Spread out over 5,000 hectares of the city’s northeast coastline, the Geopark is a world-class site that encompasses islands, caves, cliffs, rocks, channels and more, all to showcase the unique local land formations. See rocks dating from the days of the dinosaurs, hike along trails to take in arresting views, go island hopping or take a tour of an ecological village. The best place to start your explorations is at the Volcano Discovery Centre.

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