Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Gardens
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Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Gardens information
This Victorian-era garden has a welcoming collection of fountains, sculptures and greenhouses, plus a zoo and some fabulous aviaries. Some 160 species of bird reside here. The zoo has a large collection of monkeys, sloths, lemurs and orangutans, and is also one of the world’s leading centres for the captive breeding of endangered species. Albany Rd divides the gardens, with the plants and aviaries to the east, close to Garden Rd, and most of the animals to the west.