Bird Garden

Last updated by fadri at 12/17/2016

Rearing caged songbirds is a time-honoured Chinese pursuit, and the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is Hong Kong's shrine to this obsession. There are about 70 stalls, with its own chorus each, and ornate cages and cage furniture provide much more interest. And while conditions in the average Hong Kong poultry market would give an animal welfare activist apoplexy, the birds here are pampered and cosseted, even fed honey nectar to sweeten their songs. Just north of the Bird Garden there is also a fine flower market, and there is a goldfish market closer to the MTR station in Tung Choi Street.

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Mong Kok, Kowloon

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Take the metro and get off at Mongkok stop. The Hong Lok Street is two blocks west of the Bird Garden.

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