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Nature Preserve

Hong Kong Wetland Park

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MissCookie
MissCookie
December 12, 2017
Bird Watching in the winter and spring seasons Great educational sight for children and adults about nature and creatures of the wetlands.
Malan And Zosie
Malan And Zosie
March 18, 2017
This 60-hectare ecological park is a window on the wetland ecosystems of northwest New Territories. The natural trails, bird hides and viewing platforms make it a handy and excellent spot for bird-watching. The futuristic grass-covered headquarters houses interesting galleries (including one on…
Jessa Marie
Jessa Marie
December 13, 2016
This 60-hectare ecological park is a window on the wetland ecosystems of northwest New Territories. The natural trails, bird hides and viewing platforms make it a handy and excellent spot for bird-watching. The futuristic grass-covered headquarters houses interesting galleries (including one on…
Susann
Susann
December 12, 2016
This 60-hectare ecological park is a window on the wetland ecosystems of northwest New Territories. The natural trails, bird hides and viewing platforms make it a handy and excellent spot for bird-watching. The futuristic grass-covered headquarters houses interesting galleries (including one on…
James & Rebecca
James & Rebecca
April 21, 2016
Very well managed and well organised water and bird park. Go on a weekday to avoid the crazy crowds.

Das empfehlen Einheimische

Establishment
“Who knows seafood better than the fisherfolk? Hidden in the fish market, this understated eatery run by local fishermen is truly an in-the-know place for ultrafresh seafood. There’s no menu here, and you will need a Cantonese-speaking friend to help you book a table at least two days in advance (two weeks for weekends). Tell the owner Ah Lo your budget and he’ll source the best sea creatures available and apply his Midas touch to them. Walk-in visitors can try the excellent Hong Kong–style French toast and other cha chaan tang (tea cafe) staples. Only open during lunch hours.”
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Night Club
“The oldest and most atmospheric of the singalong parlors, Canton resembles a film set with its mirror balls and glowing shrines. Each session features 20 singers, all with fan following. Patrons tip a minimum of HK$20 (per patron) if they like a song. But even if you don't, it's nice to tip every now and then for the experience – just slip your money into a box on stage. For HK$100, you can sing a song. ”
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Park
“The 270-hectare nature reserve includes the Mai Po Visitor Centre at the northeastern end, where you must register; the Mai Po Education Centre to the south, with displays on the history and ecology of the wetland and Deep Bay; floating boardwalks and trails through the mangroves and mud flats; and a dozen hides (towers or huts from where you can watch birds up close without being observed). Disconcertingly, the cityscape of Shenzhen looms to the north. ”
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Eisladen
“A very delicious science experiment, the ice cream at Lab Made is created with liquid nitrogen and a mixer, each scoop made to order and emerging with a poof of vapor. A rotating menu offers four flavours daily, a blend of the prosaic (chocolate, mango) and the only-in-Hong-Kong magical (condensed milk with crispy toast bits, purple yam, mooncake). ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“146-152 Fuk Wa St Sham Shui Po Occupying different floors of a building opposite Sham Shui Po MTR station, these are the places to go for low-cost computers and peripherals. Golden Computer Arcade comprises the basement and ground floor; Golden Shopping Centre, the 1st floor. The 3Cs are generally considered the best shops – Centralfield (Golden Shopping Centre), Capital (Golden Computer Arcade), and Comdex (both places). ”
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Standort
New Territories
Telefonnummer3152 2666
Kreditkarten
Nein
WLAN
Free
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