KFBG resumed its normal opening hours from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Sunday. For health and safety reasons, crowd management arrangements will limit visitors to 1,000 persons at any one time, and 3,000 persons daily. They will also be requested to wear face masks, sanitise their hands and body temperature taken, and not gather in groups larger than four persons. Guided tours, experiential activities and self-guided group tours will be temporarily suspended until further notice.
You are warmly invited to join Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden’s online public breathwork ceremony on May 15, 2021 (HKT 16:30-19:00), facilitated by Breath of Bliss™ facilitators, Andrew McAulay and Jhon Kwano. In this follow-up workshop to Stepping out of Time, we will deepen our exploration of the relationship between time and the mind, using the breath to bring our awareness into our bodies and the eternal present.
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Knowing what to do when you find a baby bird can greatly increase its chance of survival. To decide whether or not to take action next time you spot a baby bird on the ground, click here and follow the helpful flow chart.
The Botanical Art of Horticulturalist Mark Isaac-Williams │ May 13 to Aug 31 │ Art House, KFBG