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Visit to Kadoorie Farm: Sunday 20th November
9.30 am Pier 8/9, Central Piers, Man Kwong St. Hong Kong or 10 am Outside Exit D, Kowloon Tong Station
Do give yourself enough time to get there! Don’t be late, the bus won’t wait!
4.30 pm Exit gate Kadoorie farm 28-seater private bus
Many of you will have visited Kadoorie farm before, but it never fails to be a great place to visit. For those who have not visited before, you are sure to find much to enjoy.
For the more adventurous members, Georgie will lead a hike from the upper level across to Tai Mo Shan and down past the waterfalls. A walking stick is recommended. This option will mean returning home on public transport. But, sorry no discount on cost.
BOOKING: Cost: Members $100, Guests $120 for the bus
Entrance fee: under 60: $40. Over 60: $20
E-mail to Maureen on Maureen932@gmail.com or
What’s App 6128 1366 together with photo of your ATM pay-in receipt. ONLY pay fee for the bus. Pay on the day for entrance. Please write your name(s) and phone number on the receipt before taking the photo.
WHAT TO BRING: Wear comfortable walking shoes, Water, umbrella for shade, Sunscreen, cash for entry fee (see below), Snacks, phone… and a big smile!
Cancellations: Please note: no refunds, unless there is a waiting list
Disclaimer: By taking part in this activity, you agree to participate at your own risk and not to claim against The Hong Kong Natural History Society or its officers for any damage, injury or loss that may occur in connection with this activity.
A great place to visit any time of year – but best in the cooler months. There are many garden areas, stream and forest habitats, a wonderful orchard garden. There is an animal rescue centre, pig styes, a reptile display and an aviary of rescued raptors as well as wild birds. Plants and trees in bloom include the powder puff bush, bauhinias, blood flowers, bougainvilleas, aporusas, and several species of camellias, as well as purple magnolias, dombeyas, and firecracker plants.
You will have several hours to wander around and enjoy the extensive site. There is a shuttle bus to the top, but it is infrequent and booking is not possible.
Refreshments are available on site, but you can of course bring your own.