Hong Kong is dotted and peppered with incredible picnic spots and we are perfectly poised to get outside with friends this Easter to take advantage of them all! With one of our EARTH.er Planet-Friendly Picnic packs in one hand and a Dragon Water Peach Blossom in the other, we’ve are Spring picnic-crawl-ready!
Let’s hit the good food, stunning scenery, sparkling seltzers: here are our top 8 outdoor picnic spots for this Easter in Hong Kong:
Nestled in the heart of Tai Po, The Green Hub is a sustainable living centre with beautiful gardens and a tranquil pond. It's the perfect place for a picnic, surrounded by nature and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
While you’re in the area, go and check out this 148-hectare organic farm and botanical garden in the New Territories offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Pack a picnic basket and enjoy this extraordinary initiative and picnic somewhere where people are doing great stuff to help animals and the environment.
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Located in the Eastern District, Quarry Bay Park is a hidden oasis with a large grassy area for picnicking and a scenic waterfront promenade. The park also has a children's playground and a fitness corner for some post-picnic exercise
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Right inside the urban jungle is the oasis of Kowloon Tsai Park. This park in Kowloon City is a hidden gem with a large picnic area, a basketball court, and a jogging track. It's the perfect spot to shoot hoops with mates and then enjoy laid-back picnic and a Double Haven Craft Beer as your reward
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For a truly off-the-beaten-path picnic experience, head to Plover Cove Reservoir. This stunning location is surrounded by lush hills and has plenty of space for a group picnic, or a solo-life-philosophical one! Don't forget to bring your camera – the views are Instagram-worthy!
Located in the heart of Tuen Mun, Jockey Club New Life Farm is a sustainable farming community with beautiful gardens and a peaceful picnic area. Even better, they provide training and employment opportunities for people in recovery of mental illness. Bring your own food or buy some fresh produce from the farm and enjoy a farm-to-table picnic experience right there in the city.
We all love a Clear Water Bay day, and this expansive park in the New Territories offers a wide range of picnic areas, from grassy lawns to rocky beaches. The park is also home to several hiking trails, so you can work up an appetite before settling down for a picnic and a Dragon Water refresh and revive.
This one goes out to the introverts out there! If you're looking for a peaceful and secluded picnic spot, Lung Fu Shan Country Park is the perfect choice. Tucked away in the heart of Hong Kong Island, it offers next-level views of the city skyline, lush greenery, and a quiet spot for contemplating and rejuvenation in nature.
Get into that emerging spring weather with some delicious food, a Dragon Water or five, throw in a can of Double Haven Lager for good measure, and picnic crawl your way about Hong Kong this long weekend.
We wish you peace for yesterday's Ching Ming Festival, and happiness and joy this upcoming Easter.
Leigh & Scott