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The weather is a bit cooler so there is a less problem of mosquitoes.
You pay the entrance fee at the reception, and then make your way to gardens/hillside/fields. Though not a very big area, on a warm day, you can see A LOT OF...More
After a 14 hour flight it was refreshing to stretch our legs and suck in fresh air on this 3 mile trail,
Popular among locals that visit the village for tea and noodles we ventured on to the waterfalls and reservoir.
We stopped for a...More
Excellent place to see many butterflies, some of which are rare, and the plants that attract them. If you are a photographer, you can spend hours here taking pictures. Catch a bus or taxi from University MTR stop. Reserve is in shadows of a modern...More
I am a frequent visitor to this place which is small by all standards as it is basically a small section of a village known as Fung Yuen Village. Though with an element of luck at times I have been able to take very good...More
We accidentally discover this place on a website and we are glad that we went. This reserve is full of butterflies and it is a great day out. For people who likes taking photographs, there is plenty of opportunities. Make sure you bring some mosquito...More
Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve is a semi-wild nature garden with various types of trees and flowers which attracts scores of butterflies. It's a great place to stroll around and take photos or videos. The garden is far off other tourist attractions so it usually doesn't...More
We had read reviews, so we went with no expectations. This is not a tourist attraction but a hidden little nature gem. It is not easy to get to if you don't know the area, but nothing that google maps can't fix. I would suggest...More
The reserve is not a large one but it is a small spot which offers butterfly photographers and lovers the most within a few hours within the territories of Hong Kong and Macao. I have been a frequent visitor to the place for a few...More
The Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve is not really an attraction. I'm sure the organization is doing important scientific work, and I admire it for that reason. However, Lonely Planet Hong Kong describes this place as if it is something other than a few weedy garden...More