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1) Ngong Ping Cherry BlossomsThere is a recent trend to admire spring flowers and cherry trees in Hong Kong. The cherry blossoms in Ngong Ping thrived in the past four years and bloomed steadily after the adaptation period. It has become one of the cherry blossom viewing spots in Hong Kong. And a "blossom-seasons-tourism" has also been gradually developed on Lantau Island, allowing flower lovers and tourists to watch the beauty of blooming flowers and enjoy a leisurely journey. Details: https://www.cedd.gov.hk/eng/topics-in-focus/index-id-28.html 2) Blossoms Around the TownLook around and enjoy the beautiful blossoms in the city all year round! (Follow the Hong Kong Flower Appreciation Map below and be surprised!) More about "Blossoms Around Town", please visit the website of Leisure and Cultural Services Department. 3) Hong Kong Flower Show 2023Hong Kong Flower Show 2023 (the Show) was held from 10 to 19 March 2023 at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay. The Show this year takes as its theme “Bliss in Bloom”, featuring the gorgeously and uniquely grown hydrangea as its theme flower. Long a darling of flower lovers, hydrangea is renowned for its glamorous large flowers and splendid colours in full bloom, definitely creating a captivating sense of bliss and romance in every corner of the Show. Details: https://www.hkflowershow.hk/en/hkfs/2023/index.html 4) "LCSD Plusss" Flower ExpressLeisure and Cultural Services Department provides weekly updates on flowers and plants on the "LCSD Plusss" Facebook page. Details: https://www.fa.gov.hk/en/videos.html 5) 【LCSD Edutainment Channel - 101 Academy】Appreciation of Flowers 101 Details of "Appreciation of Flowers 101": https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/edutainment/en/academy/page_75.html6) 【Development Bureau Webpage - Flower in Bloom】Development Bureau archives and categorises flowers and plants according to months from January to December on the dedicated website.Details: https://www.greening.gov.hk/en/resource-centre/plant-species-knowledge/flower-in-bloom/index.html7) 【Development Bureau Webpage - Landscape Corner】Development Bureau introduces on the dedicated website the seasonal plants and flowers that are available in different regions and seasons for the public to enjoy. Details: https://www.greening.gov.hk/en/greening-landscape/landscape-corner/index.html
Thereare over 1500 parks and gardens under the management of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) across Hong Kong. Featuring green canopies and seasonal blooms all year round, such parks and gardens draw crowds of flower viewers taking pictures during flowering seasons. Among an array of flowering plants, some species are in particular popular with visitors. To help members of the public to appreciate flowers timely, LCSD launched a brand-new-flower-viewing website to enable the public to keep abreast of the latest information on occasions and locations for flower appreciation. Latest news for the red leaves The debut plant of this new website is red leaves in Tsing Yi Park, North District Park, Jordan Valley Park and the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. Members of the public can check the foliage changes in these parks and seize chances to enjoy the seasonal beauty. The flowering status of the remaining seven species will be updated in due course. Tsing Yi ParkThe Park’s ornamental lake is lined with 35 water pine trees and five bald cypress trees. During autumn and winter months, the foliage turns golden yellow and even crimson. Designed in the European style, the Park looks gorgeously scenic as the lake gleams gold from the reflection of the foliage colours under the sun. The viewing platform opposite the ornamental lake is a popular spot for viewing red leaves, allowing photography lovers to take pictures of such beautiful red leaves. (How to go) North District ParkLocated between Fanling and Sheung Shui, the North District Park features a landscape designed in a splendid Yangzhou style with distinctively unique pavilions. At the centre of the Park is a picturesque ornamental lake by the side of which 16 bald cypresses are grown. The reflections of the Jiangnan-style gardens in the rippling water of the lake present a stunning view of poetic beauty, leaving visitors spellbound. (How to go) Jordan Valley ParkAs the foliage of about 50 sweet gum trees in the Park turns crimson in winter, crowds of visitors are drawn to pay a visit, making the Park a popular urban spot for viewing red leaves. The Park features at its centre a large lawn rarely seen in urban areas, in addition to a children’s play area and a radio-controlled model car racing circuit. Flower viewers may picnic here while enjoying the red leaves, perfect for family outings. (How to go) Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical GardensLocated in the Mid-levels of Hong Kong Island, it is the first ever park built in Hong Kong with a history of 150 years. Flanked by 30 sweet gum trees, the Avenue of Sweet Gum next to the Fountain Terrace Garden appears like a tunnel of red leaves when the trees turn crimson in autumn and winter. The red foliage and the greenery nearby are a perfect match for each other, creating a poetic ambience around. (How to go)
The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, where many people spend their leisure time, is the oldest and the most popular park in Hong Kong.The Gardens is a place with beautiful scenery and a wide variety of mammals and birds. These lovable animal stars, like yellow-casqued hornbill, great white pelican, American flamingo, white-faced saki and Asian small-clawed otter, grow healthily under the care of the zookeepers. Watch the video and learn more about the work of zookeepers from the sharing of Wah and Vincent. (The video is in Cantonese)
The Kai Tak Sky Garden is an elevated landscaped deck located atop Shing Fung Road, a carriageway running along the centre of the former runway. Not only does the landscaped deck act as a noise mitigation measure, but it is also a “green connector” that links up the landmarks in the vicinity. The Sky Garden will be connected to the future Metro Park to the north, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, the Kai Tak Runway Park and the future Tourism Node development to the south, as well as the planned developments on both sides of the garden and the promenade on both sides of the former runway. The architecturally innovative and aesthetically unique deck is the first sky garden in Hong Kong that is situated on noise barriers designed with a curved and wavy pattern. It also creates a top-quality public space and serves as a place-making icon, emblematic of the vision for Kai Tak to become “a distinguished, vibrant, attractive and people-oriented new development area by the Victoria Harbour”. The theme of aviation The Kai Tak Sky Garden is designed by the Civil Engineering and Development Department. Encapsulating the theme of aviation, the Sky Garden brings visitors the nostalgia of the former Kai Tak Airport. Let’s take a look together! For more information on the Kai Tak Sky Garden and how to get there, please click here to visit the website.