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Good place to buy birds, to see different types of birds. The only poor thing I found there, that they are all in cages (which is logically ok), but I feel so bad for birds. So if you very soft-hearted person for animals, be careful....More
We visited the bird garden but we were a little disappointed seeing some of the birds for sale that were crowded into small cages, easily containing at least 50 birds. There were some exotic birds and there appeared to be many locals buying their favorite...More
We spent a day walking around this great city, from market to market. There is an area within the city for nearly every concevable product. At these markets there are birds for sale. Bugs, food, cages and ever thing you would ever need . It...More
Even though it might sound cruel to some to have birds in a cage I feel that the people that have birds really love them! Especially when you go a buy a bird at this market where they have live food for them as worms...More
On a day where we wandered around Mong Kok area of Kowloon we then headed to Yuen Po bird garden and flower market.
As with Mong Kok, it feels like authentic HK and you can wander around little streets selling flowers and plants and then...More
You can hear the chirping birds before you actually get to the bird garden. I entered by the flower market street after walking down it. It's at the end of the street with signs so it is hard to miss.
The garden has a few...More
The Yuenpu Bird Garden is fascinating (you can read about it on this page), I walked there, but the nearest MTR station is Prince Edward. Then walk the Kowloon market trail.There are various guided tours of these markets, but I preferred to explore them on...More
Near the Hong Kong Flower Market is the Bird Market. It is a place where you can see a large variety of songbirds. This one lane area is devoted to the Chinese tradition of keeping birds as pets. You will see most elderly people who...More
It's an odd one. Some of the birds appear well cared for, others, not so much. The Macaws were looking a bit scruffy as example, but they were on perches in the open rather than confined to small cages, so.....
As a foreigner, I would...More