Next to the Nathan Road of Tsim Sha Tsui, we found the largest city oasis in Kowloon, Kowloon Park. Within the city, it has its own ecology, breeding various creatures living in the city. Kowloon Park is also a place full of stories, you may found heritage under your foot. With our ecological and cultural guide, come and know more about the common and precious plant of Hong Kong, visit the wild animals in the park. In appreciating the nature beauty, we also see the Hong Kong history. You can find all the above just in this busy city…
||Approx. 3 hours, Every Monday and Friday 08:30-12:00 a.m (2 days advanced booking)
||Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station Exit A1, ground floor
||about 5 km
|Difficulty (Max. *****)
|Number of participants
||2-10 (if you have 10+ people, please contact us)
- History of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Park & Whitfield Barracks
- History of Kowloon Mosque, Islam and living of South Asians in Hong Kong
- City and garden plants of Hong Kong
- Birds in the park and wild city birds in Hong Kong
- Ecology of Hong Kong city area
HK$380/US$50 per person (Same for child and adult)
* HKTB Non-funded New products program promoted routes, special offer for HKTB Tourists.
What is included
- Professional Ecological and Cultural Guide (Cantonese/Mandarin/English speaking)
- Insurance of HK$100,000 for accidental death and disablement (per accidental limit)
What is not included
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Personal expenses
- Personal Overseas Travel Insurance is Highly Recommended.
- Date and timing of the Guide schedule might be changed by tour guide on spot depending on the traffic, weather and the environmental condition etc. on spot according to the principle of safety.
- Itineraries are subject to change without prior notice due to local conditions, transportation changes or if any unexpected circumstances (like Heavy Rain, Earthquake, War or Natural Disaster). We reserve the right to re-arrange, cancel or replace the elements of the itinerary. We are not responsible for any loss if tour itinerary / timing of transportation changed in response to unforeseen circumstances.