Hong Kong Wetland Park


Welcome to Hong Kong wetland park! Last November 20 got the chance to visit wetland park with my two friends. Actually, we have been planning to go here but its quite far from our  place and we only have Sundays and public holiday. The single entry ticket cost $30.00 hkd and they are open from 10:00am to 5:00pm but they are closed every Tuesday.


Visitors Centre – Before going to the park park you will enter to this building  where you can buy souvenirs, eat and relax and explore the gallery, human culture, wetland cinema and wetland challenge. This place is very educational and informative which I love.



Its time to explore the Park… But before anything else please read “Gentle Reminder”

PuiPui’s home – Salt water Crocodile Pui Pui was first found on November 2, 2003 in Shan Pui river in northwestern New territories of Hong Kong. It was suspected that Pui Pui might be an illegal pet escaped from its owner’s home or was released into the river after it had grown too big. The name “Pui Pui was chosen out of 1,600 entries in a naming contest . Pui has a meaning of “the precious one” in Chinese; it can also refer to Shan Pui River where it was found.


Relaxing and refreshing view.

If you want to have an alone time… This place is the best place for you to have a peace of mind.

Reminder: Birds have ears. Please keep quite.

FB_IMG_1511773789414FB_IMG_1511773709117My frog prince…


FB_IMG_1511773778290Go Green…

How to get there:

  • Take MTR west rail to Tin Shui wai station and exit in Exit E
  • Board the train number 705 or  706 going to Hong Kong Wetland Park
  • Follow the arrow sign going to Wetland park. 5 to 10 minutes walk.

Note: Tap your octopus card first before getting in on the train and tap again when you get off. 20171120_144401







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