Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden

Last updated by fadri at 2015/11/7

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden is the biggest botanical and aviary garden in Hong Kong. Firstly built in 1861, the most distinguished feature of the garden is the biggest greenhouse in Southeast Asia with double climate control. Besides over 20,000 species of rare plants, there are more than a hundred kinds of wild birds, including some endangered species. The iron bandstand is the best spot to view the house of former governor general. The garden is not far from the West Gate of Hong Kong Park.

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It is on Cotton Tree Road, Central District

How to Get There?

Take No.3B or 12M bus at Jardine House, Central and get off at the intersection of Albert Road and Caine Road, walk along the mountain road to the garden.

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Opening Hours:

6:00—19:00(6:00—22:00 for the Watering Terraced Garden)

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