Hong Kong Wetland Park

Hong Kong Wetland Park is located in the north of Tin Shui Wai, the New Territories. The site of the park was initially intended for an ecological mitigation area to make up the lost wetlands during the urbanization process of Tin Shui Wai. In 1998, the Agriculture and Fisheries Department and Hong Kong Tourists Association did a research on whether a wetland tourist attraction can be built in Tin Shui Wai. Finally, they came to the same conclusion and decided to build a wetland park there but not to weaken its ecological mitigation function. Now, the Hong Kong Wetland Park has become a renowned nature reserve with educational and tourism value.
 

Wetland Interactive World

The park includes a 'Wetland Interactive World' of about 10,000 square meters (0.25 acres) and over 60 hectares (148 acres) of wetland for wildlife. The Wetland Interactive World is made up of five exhibition galleries, a projection room, a souvenir shop, a dining room, an indoor play area and a resource center. The five exhibition galleries focus on different themes and showcase the importance of wetlands on biodiversity, civilization and conservation. The wetland reserve comprises an area of man-made wetland and a habitat specifically intended for waterfowl and other wildlife. In the area of man-made wetland, you can have a close view of various fish, water birds and many other interesting living things.
 

Function of Hong Kong Wetland Park

The Hong Kong Wetland Park attaches much importance to environmental protection. Through various meaningful exhibitions and your personal experience, you can learn a lot about wetland and its protection. At the same time, the beautiful scenery in the park will bring you much enjoyment. The park puts the Volunteer Scheme into practice. Some nature lovers are willing to be the volunteers to participate in the protection of the wetland. These volunteers not only play an important role in the protection of the wetland but also propagandize the environmental protection in the society.
 

A code of visiting

1. To avoid disturbing the birds and other wildlife, please don't wear brightly-colored clothes.
2. Please don't speak loudly or run in the park.
3. Please don't damage the plants or catch the animals.
4. Smoking is not allowed there.
5. Please don't picnic in the park.
6. Please put litter into dustbin.
 

How to get to Hong Kong Wetland Park

1. Transfer to the Light Rail Route 705 or 706 at Tin Shui Wai Station of MTR West Rail. Then, get off at the light rail's Wetland Park Stop. 
2. Take Bus 69c, 265s, 276b, 967, 967x, 969c, e34a, n269 or n969 to Hong Kong Wetland Park.
3. Take bus265B or 265M to Tin Heng Estate Bus Terminus and then walk east for 10 to 15mins to the Park.

Opening Hours of Hong Kong Wetland Park

Mon., Wed. to Sun., public holidays 10:00 – 17:00
Tue. (except public holidays) closed

The service hours of ticket office: 09:30 – 16:00 

 

Entrance Fee of Hong Kong Wetland Park

Standard HKD30
Concessionary HKD15
Children below 3 years old Free

Note: Concessionary ticket is available for children aged 3 to 17, full-time students, the disabled (and the accompanying carer), the elderly aged 65 or above.

- Last modified on Sep. 18, 2014 -
Questions & Answers on Hong Kong Wetland Park
Asked by irene from HONGKONG | Sep. 17, 2014 00:47Reply
If we came from tsuen wan what bus we should ride on to go to the wetland park in Hong Kong
thank you!
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Answered by Dylan from AUSTRALIA | Sep. 18, 2014 03:39
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Bus no. 265M is suggested. Walk from where you are to KIN MING STREET TSUEN WAN and take the bus to TIN HENG ESTATE BUS TERMINUS. After that, you can walk to the park within 400 meters.
Asked by Ms.Johanna from PHILIPPINES | Jun. 20, 2010 07:49Reply
Hi! How can I go to NP360 from Wetland Park? How long is the travel time? Thank you.
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Answered by Mrs.Maria | Jun. 22, 2010 03:31
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Hi,there
You can take LRT 705 or 706 from Westland Park Station to Tin Shui Wai Station, and then change to MTR from Tin Shui Wai Station to Tung Chung Station, where you can take Ngong Ping 360 cable car.
Asked by Ms.Lim from MALAYSIA | Apr. 16, 2010 04:40Reply
Hi there, I haven't to hong kong and plan for a 3 days 2 nights short stays. For such a short stay would you recommend which part of hong kong hotel should i stay. At Mongkok / Yau Ma Tei or Tsim Tsui to get to see the best and attractive part of hong kong in such a short time.

Waiting for your advice and best regards
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Answered by Mr.Homer | Apr. 18, 2010 03:49
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Hello,Ms.Lim
Actually, these 3 places are next to each other and are all convenientally located. Any of them will do.
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