Hong Kong Wetland Park
Location map of HK Wetland Park
MTR Tourist Day Pass
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
Hong Kong is famous high-rising buildings and high-powered business. On the outskirts of Tin Shui Wa, near the mainland border, Hong Kong Wetland Park is a dramatic contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city. A place to enjoy undisturbed nature in all of its glory.
Here, you can lose yourself walking along a series of nature trails and boardwalks. On the Stream Walk you can see ponds with otters and kingfishers. The Succession Walk takes you along a trail of aquatic plants. And the Wildside Walk brings you to a world of dragonflies and butterflies.
There are also three bird-watching hides equipped with telescopes to get real close looks at a variety of birds, including the endangered Black-faced Spoonbills, Falcated Ducks, Baikal Teals and Eurasian Curlews.
Unlike the city's high-rises, Hong Kong Wetland Park keeps your feet square on the ground. Yet lets your spirit soar high.
Catch me if you can
One of the most popular exhibits at Hong Kong Wetland Park is the habitat for "Pui Pui," the resident saltwater crocodile. It's believed that this giant reptile was once an illegal pet that was released it into the Shan Pui River when it started getting too big. For seven months "Pui Pui" evaded crocodile hunters from Australia and China, but was eventually caught and now resides at the park. "Pui Pui" means "Precious One" in Chinese.
Choose your date and time very carefully. This tour is non-refundable from the time of booking.