Are you a nature lover? then welcome to Hong Kong Wetland Park.
Opened to the public on 20 May 2006 is the perfect place for you.
Immerse yourself in an informative adventure using audio-visual shows, models, interactive computer presentations and close-up access to the nature's wildlife.
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Encompassing 60 hectares, this education and recreation themed venue offers world-class ecotourism facilities with extensive wetland habitats and bird hides.
HK wetland park, a must-see new tourist attraction in Hong Kong that promise to bring you in touch with the environment while it showcases about 190 kinds of sparrows and birds, 40 kinds of dragonflies and over 200 kinds of butterflies and scale wings throughout the wetland park.
Amongst all the exciting stops, make sure that you do not miss - the endangered crocodile "Pui Pui" that was once headline news in Hong Kong when he was subjected to many unsuccessful attempts at detainment by International rescuers.
He was finally successfully captured in the Shan Pui River in Yuen Long in 2004.
HK Wetland Park is situated Northeast of Tin Shui Wai, New Territories, Hong Kong.
It has an exhibition hall of 10,000 square meters (107,642 sq ft) and the wetland reserve area comprises 60 hectares (148 acres).
Coming from China through the Lo Wu border - take the MTR trains (read train safety tips) and get off at the very first station, the Sheung Shui MTR Station, 7 minutes - HK$19.5.
Walk through Exit A1 and take the sky walk, then go down after passing the road, right under the sky walk is the Bus Stop for Bus No. 276B. You can then get off at Wetland Park after a 35 minute ride.
Arrival at Hong Kong International Airport - take the Bus No. E34 to Tin Shui Wai Town Centre.
From there you can take the Tin Shui Wai MTR Rail Station.
Get on any MTR Light Rail (705 or 706) and then get off at Wetland Park Station.
The Park is right ahead (only a 5 minute walk).
Hong Kong Wetland Park is open all year round from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
And closed on Tuesdays except for Public Holidays and also closed for the first and 2nd day of Chinese New Year.
Tickets; Adults (HK$30), Child (3 to below 18) / Students / Senior (HK$15) and Free entry for children below three.
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