Aiding the farm community
Set over 148 hectares of lush green mountains, KFBG was opened in 1951 by the Kadoorie Brothers to empower poor farmers with skills training and agricultural input. The venture now encompasses agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, biodiversity and conservation.
Attractions at KFBG
Animal lovers and children will love the Parrot Sanctuary, Monkey Haven, Streamlife Display, Raptor Roost and Native Mammal Display. Garden lovers can enjoy leisurely strolls through the Butterfly Garden, Cactus Greenhouse, Fern Walk, Orchid Sanctuary and the Walter Kerr Gardens. The adventurous can seek out eight kilometers of hiking pleasure across the mountains and valleys.
This is a quiet, serene haven of peace. The best way to enjoy KFBG is by taking their advice to heart: Take only photographs and leave only footprints.
- Please remember that this is a large place. It’s best to pick up a map at the gate.
- Limited numbers of shuttle buses are available to transport you to some of the attractions, if you get to KFBG early.