Kadoorie Farm is located on the northern slope and foothills of Da Mo Mountain. It is surrounded by mountains and forests. There are valleys and clear streams in the farm. There are also many vegetable gardens and terraced farms. It is a large farm that integrates sightseeing and nature education. Kadoorie Farm was established in 1956 by the Kadoorie brothers. It was originally designed to help poor farmers in Hong Kong, but now it is dedicated to nature conservation.
Kadoorie Farm is mainly divided into two areas: uphill and downhill. Those who like pastoral life can go for a walk in Shangshan District. There are nine ecological trails here, allowing you to travel between fields, mountains and forests, such as arbor trails, butterfly trails and orchard trails. If you like animals or insects, you must not miss the Xiashan District, because there are many farmhouses and zoos where you can see butterflies, wild boars, black-eared kites, parrots and owls.
There are only a few barrier-free facilities on the farm. Due to the steep and narrow roads in the park, wheelchair users are not allowed to visit the farm in wheelchairs. People with wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility need to pay attention. The farm has a lot of stairs, and the roads up and down the mountain are quite narrow and steep.
The farm’s shuttle bus cannot go directly to the summit of Guanyin Mountain, but tourists using wheelchairs can drive their own private cars or be picked up by private cars to the summit of Guanyin Mountain if they have been arranged in advance and approved by the executive director. Any individual or group tourists who wish to arrange a specially designed vehicle for the disabled to pick up wheelchair users to visit the farm, please submit a written application in advance. After approval, the relevant vehicle can drive within the farm.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden is located on the northern slope of Tai Mo Shan, with beautiful scenery. Anyone who wants to visit must make an online appointment to apply for a self-guided visit.
The opening hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please note that after 4 pm, visitors are not allowed to enter the park.
12 to 59 years old: $30
5 to 11 years old: $15
Schools, registered charities and government organizations (minimum 20 people): $15
People under 5 years old, senior citizens 60 years old or above, and eligible people with disabilities: free of charge
Address : Lam Kam Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong
Enquiries : 2483-7200
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- Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden has multiple entrances and exits, the main entrance has a ramp beside the stairs
- Most areas of Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden have narrow passageways
- The up and down road is quite steep, there is no elevator or ramp, even if there is a ramp, it is quite steep.
- Wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility are not recommended to go alone
- Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden does not have accessible toilets
The farm has a parking lot, but parking spaces must be reserved