Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department



Wetland Park

Hong Kong Wetland Park

The Hong Kong Wetland Park is opened in May 2006. It is a millennium capital works project to promote wetland conservation, education and tourism in Hong Kong . Located at the northern part of Tin Shui Wai, the HKWP lies adjacent to the Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar Site.

The HKWP is about 61-hectare in size. It includes the Visitor Centre of about 10,000 square metres gross floor area and 60 hectares of Wetland Reserve for wildlife. The Visitor Centre contains themed exhibition galleries on biodiversity, civilisation and conservation, as well as theatre, souvenir shop, cafe, play area, classroom and resource centre. The Wetland Reserve consists of re-created wetland habitats for waterbirds, and outdoor visitor facilities including Wetland Discovery Centre, educational walks, boardwalks and bird hides.

Location and Transport

Address: Wetland Park Road, Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long, New Territories
Please click here for map and transport information.

Opening Hours

Mondays, Wednesdays to Sundays, Public Holidays 10:00am — 5:00pm
(Ticket selling: 9:30am - 4:00pm)
Tuesdays (except Public Holidays) Closed
Ticket Office: 9:30am — 4:00pm, closed every Tuesday (except Public Holidays)


Admission Fee

Single-entry Tickets

Single-entry Tickets

Fees (HK$)



(Children aged 3 to 17, full-time students,
people with disabilities (PWD), one accompanying carer of a PWD
and senior citizens aged 65 or above)


Child (Below 3)



Multi-entry Passes

Multi-entry Passes ( Download Application / Renewal Form )

Fees (HK$)


$100 (Full year) /
$50 (Half year)

(Children aged 3 to 17, full-time students, people with disabilities and senior citizens aged 65 or above)

$50 (Full year) /
$25 (Half year)

Family (A set of maximum 4 passes)

$200 (Full year)


Concessionary packages for groups

 Group Size

 Discounted Ticket Fee (HKD)












50 or more




For more information and latest news, please visit Hong Kong Wetland Park homepage at

[(Picture) Hong Kong Wetland Park]

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Last Review Date : 29 January 2018