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Yuen Po Street Bird Garden

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Malan And Zosie
Malan And Zosie
March 18, 2017
In this enchanting corner of Mong Kok, you will find a handful of old men out ‘walking’ their caged songbirds. Stick around long enough and you should see birds being fed squirming caterpillars with chopsticks. There are also feathered creatures for sale, along with elaborate cages carved from teak…
James/Lily
James/Lily
May 6, 2016
Here you can see many different types of birds. You can also find a wide selection of bird products. We like the live bird food.
Lily/Deacon
Lily/Deacon
May 6, 2016
This market contains many species of birds as well as much living bird food.
Carsten/Lily
Carsten/Lily
May 5, 2016
You will find many bird species here plus lots of living bird food.
Ray
Ray
December 8, 2015
Hundreds of songbirds in exquisitely crafted cages can be seen at this market. The garden is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Park
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Cha Chaan Teng
“Get ready to bargain ! In the market you can find some nice souvenirs , don't hesitate to divide the price by 5 or 10 :)”
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Premise
“The highest bar in the world, located at the 118th floor of the ICC tower. ”
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Markt
“Tung Choi Street North – better known as the Goldfish Market – is lined on either side with shops devoted to the raising of many types of fish, from weirdly shaped goldfish to colourful tropical species with gaspingly high price tags. MTR Prince Edward Station, Exit B2. Walk east along Prince Edward Road West until you reach the market”
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Natural Feature
“Also known as the "Venice of Hong Kong", Tai O is a hot tourist spot for both foreigners and residents of other parts of Hong Kong, despite damage by a fire in July 2000. The pang uks, a kind of stilt house, built right over the waterway are still quite scenic. A rope bridge tended by local women used to be quite popular with visitors, but it has been replaced with a steel pedestrian bridge in October 1996. The traditional salted fish and shrimp paste and storefronts at Tai O. For a small fee, some residents will take tourists out on their boats along the river and for short jaunts into the sea. Many tourists come to Tai O specifically to take these trips to see Chinese white dolphins. It is also a good place to see the sunset. Old Tai O Police Station, a Grade II historic building, has been turned into a boutique hotel called Tai O Heritage Hotel by Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation. The hotel has nine rooms and a restaurant. The hotel has been open and operational since 2012.[6] Tai O Rural Committee Historic and Cultural Showroom, located within the centuries-old fishing village of Tai O, exhibits relics of the local community's past, including fishing tools and dismantled old structures. The showroom was founded by the Tai O Rural Committee and all the items in its collection were donated by local residents. ”
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Standort
Kowloon