Yuen Po Street Bird Garden Tours
About Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, Hong Kong
Yuen Po Street Bird Garden (Chinese: 園圃街雀鳥花園) is located in Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, directly west of Mong Kok Stadium. The garden occupies an area of 3,000m2 and is bounded by Boundary Street, Embankment Road, Prince Edward Road West and Yuen Po Street.Wikipedia
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A very local gathering of bird enthusiasts. Everyone willing to chat & allowed non-flash photography of their pet birds. Remembered to wash hands before and after visit
This is a fascinating place to take a walk. Unlike other markets which have grown accustomed to setting to local tourists, the bird market is for aficionados and local buyers, but the display is open to anyone and is a quite a spectacle. There are beautiful handcrafted bamboo cages for sale and birds for sale and displayed in these and other cages. Be forewarned, the traditional animal care provisions are too cramped and not very ethical, but for those travelers who can accept the practice as it is, they will appreciate the birds and their colorful plumage.
U see exotic parrots during the weekend! Kids will love it! Very nice to have a walk and get to know the local culture!
Pretty devastating to see your most famous national birds (rainbow lorikeet) dying in the bottom of a cage that's overcrowded with a cockatiel and two baby not yet feathered Amazonian grey parrots. Interesting to see the bags of bugs on sale, heartbreaking to see the result of illegal bird smuggling. At least the goldfish street has lifted its game since 2005, and dogs are now considered pets. I guess it can only get better from here. See the flower markets, give this a miss.
Not really enjoyable if you have a mind for animal rights, though it's not hugely different from what western countries have, just more public. You can see a lot of different species of birds here, in cages or chained up however.
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