The park entrance (nearest the Zoological and Botanical Gardens) leads through lush landscape into a 3,000 square meter (.74 acre) walk-through aviary in a net-covered tropical rain forest. This is the largest aviary in Southeastern Asia, with 600 birds representing 80 species indigenous to the area.
Entering the park, looking into the aviary from outside
Walking through the aviary
On the other side of the park, the Conservatory contains a display plant house, a dry plant house, and a humid plant house (most suited for this climate).
Display Plant House
Dry plant house
Humid Plant House
Outside the Conservatory, a path behind a waterfall leads to ponds of turtles and a walkway leading out of the park on the side opposite from where I entered.
Waterfall from back and front
Leaving Hong Kong Park
Back in the city
The two parks next to each other, The Zoological and Botanical Garden and Hong Kong Park, complement each other well and each offers a lot to the visitor who wanders in.