Tai Tong Organic Valley Ecopark (formerly Lychee Valley)

Tai Tong Organic Valley Ecopark (formerly Lychee Valley)
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Tai Tong Lychee Valley offers a range of farm-friendly activities: you can pick your own organic vegetables and fruits, feed the farm animals, ride horses, catch fish, have a BBQ and attend agricultural & outdoorsy workshops. Open daily, HKD 20 admissions fee. Well known for their organic strawberry picking.


+852 2470 2201
Hong Kong
New Territories
Yuen Long


It was a shit park. Looks more kinda garbage area then a park. So dirty and so rude staff. Strongly advised to stay away from bad shit...
James | July 5, 2018
I wish I read these reviews before, staff are terrible, the park is very bad and animals are sick!!! Don’t go to pony ride.
Johnson | June 12, 2018
This place is awful!!!! So much more could be done with it, but it has been left to rot.
Y and P | October 12, 2017
This park is a dump. It survives on the occasional tourist bus from the mainland. The place is infested with sand flies, staff are very rude and don't waste your time on the pony ride. Avoid going here at all costs.
Enter at our risk | September 13, 2016
I wish I had read these reviews before we went, the park is a shame and I have been bitten by midget flees. I hope the HK government will close this park.
Soya P | May 29, 2016
This is the worst park I have been to, I can't believe the HK government would allow this park to continue to operate. Staff are very unfriendly and the place is infested with sand flies!! Animals are kept in inhumame conditions. Do not go to this park!! Oh and yes the pony ride is a total joke! A 5 second seat on a pony by the most unfriendly staff you can imagine. There was junk all over the place. It's not a park, it's a dump and usually will be lucky to leave without being bitten.
Michael N | April 27, 2016
Go to this park at your own risk. Pony ride is a shame (a 10 second walk in a circle), staff are very rude and there are not many of them around to help. Animals are sick and the place is infested with flees.
Sydney A | April 21, 2016
I was appalled by the conditions the animals were kept in! The goats had no grass and were made to stand on concrete and in their own excrement as they were tied up with rope (that could easily cut their necks as it wasn't animal safe) and could hardly move three feet! Anybody in their right mind could see that the animals were not happy as they were not making any sounds! They only had one food option to my knowledge; carrots, and after eating these all day most of the animals refused to eat them! The animals also had very dirty water! The Tai Tong Organic 'Ecopark' also has ostriches, and as you may or may not know, ostriches need plenty of room to run around in, and did the 'ecopark' provide this? No. About three or four ostriches were crammed into a concrete-floored pen that was about 25x10 meters! What horrified me the most was the fact that the park prides itself on being a 30-acre farm, and with all of this room they still do not put the animals in suitable conditions! There was nobody there to ensure the welfare of the animals whilst the public interacted with them, and a couple of times I saw people treating the animals unfavourably! I would never recommend a visit to this park to anybody unless they wanted to fund this cruelty! Frankly, I am disappointed that some of my money is now going into this barbaric 'ecopark', that should really be called 'Animal Prison'
Marla Jackson | April 22, 2014
This is the perfect place to spend a day in nature: pick organic strawberries, pet the baby farm animals, breathe in the fresh air and have a big BBQ! You can't believe you are in Hong Kong!
Dorsha P. | February 27, 2014

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