The world-class ecotourism facilities of the Hong Kong Wetland Park include more than 60 hectare Wetland Reserve, a 10,000 square meter visitor center as well as the Wetland Interactive World.
The main purpose of the Hong Kong Wetland Park is to promote green tourism as well as education on environmental protection and conservation of the wetland area.
Many teachers will take their students to the Hong Kong Wetland Park not only due to the Wetland Reserve, but also to the interesting designed Wetland Interactive World facilities.
The Wetland Reserve is designed as a “hands-on” experience.
There are also several vending machines inside the visitor center which provide you with water and all kinds of soft-drinks, teas and juices in case you run out of sufficient water supply.
Opening Hours: am-pm (Monday, Wednesday-Sunday, Public Holidays) Closed on Tuesdays! Tickets for children (age 3-below 18), students and seniors (age above 65) are HK$ 15. Multi-Entry Pass is valid for either full year (HK$ 100 for adult) or half year (HK$ 50).
If you are here during the summer months, you will have a great chance to experience and discover all sorts of dragonflies and butterflies.
In addition, you can see the skyline of Shenzhen not only on clear and sunny days due to its proximity to Mainland China.
Here you can to From Shenzhen: If you coming from the Lo Wu/Lok Ma Chau border take the MTR train to Sheung Shui station (approx. Exit the station through Exit A2, walk down the stairs and cross the street. Traveling time is about 35 minutes and fare for a single-journey is about HK$ 10. When you arrive at Tin Shui Wai you can take any MTR Light Rail 705 or 706. Exit the MTR station through Exit A1 and take Bus No. Fare for a single-trip journey is about HK$ 12 and traveling time is approx. 967 (the bus station is located on Drake Street outside the iconic Lippo Center). 60 minutes and fare for a single-trip journey is about HK$ 23.
If you are coming from the Lok Ma Chau border crossing, you can take the Bus 276B already after the Lok Ma Chau border crossing (the fare for a single trip is the same, but you do save some time due to the fact that you don’t need to travel to Sheung Shui first).
Due to this wide variety of species there is no single best time for wildlife-watching.