Current & Upcoming Events

Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) organises a wide variety of events and activities throughout the year. Plan your visit to join our events or see our displays. Advance booking is required for some events.

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<    23 February 2020 (Sunday)  to 29 February 2020 (Saturday)    >
11 January 2019 (Friday) to 30 April 2020 (Thursday), Public Events
The Forest Immersion Walk is a half-day walking journey that rebuilds your relationship with the forest.  During this journey, you are invited to walk slowly, open your heart and immerse yourself, through different senses, into the living forest. Be relaxed and take in all that this magnificent forest has to offer. Let our guides open the door for you and allow the forest to be the therapist to carry you, support you and heal you.
1 April 2019 (Monday) to 31 March 2020 (Tuesday), Public Events
This three-hour activity is designed to help participants connect with nature through the art form of ‘Zentangle’.
22 November 2019 (Friday) to 31 December 2020 (Thursday), Public Events
Every day at our Art House, a series of nature-related art and handicraft activities can be enjoyed by our visitors. Please feel free to walk around the gardens and forest and make your own art from what you see (please do not harm any living nature).
28 November 2019 (Thursday) to 31 March 2021 (Wednesday), Public Events
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) Artists-in-Residence welcomes applications from artists, performers and writers. KFBG resides near Lam Tsuen, Tai Po, one of Hong Kong’s little-known jewels, with nine kilometres of road wind their way up around organic farming terraces, theme gardens and native forest to the summit at over 1800ft above sea level. Artists may employ various materials and inspirations from nature to create bodies of arts and performances, to embody a meaningful conversation between art, sustainability, nature and the community.
20 February 2020 (Thursday) to 5 March 2020 (Thursday), School and Teacher's Programme
Every year, Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) invites special teachers to Hong Kong to share with the public their insightful wisdom on conservation, sustainability and reconnecting humans to nature.
28 February 2020 (Friday) to 1 March 2020 (Sunday), Public Events
The retreat will be based at the Green Hub in Tai Po and will include time in the beautiful natural surroundings of KFBG. It will also feature cooking together, experiential exercises and Breath of Bliss™ : a breathwork practice that infuses you with aliveness using deep, circular breathing, movement and sound.
1 January 2015 (Thursday) to 31 March 2020 (Tuesday), School and Teacher's Programme , All-year Round Activities
This one-day programme is designed to help you reconnect with nature. A number of fun activities that will guide us into the magical world of plants.
26 January 2016 (Tuesday) to 31 May 2020 (Sunday), School and Teacher's Programme , All-year Round Activities
The one-day programme offers a unique experience: students will explore the forest silently, giving them the possibility to open their hearts, really listen and be alive to Nature.
1 January 2018 (Monday) to 31 March 2020 (Tuesday), Public Events , All-year Round Activities
On the first, second and third Sunday of every month, there will be an 'Animal Encounters' activity to give visitors a close experience with animals.
1 January 2020 (Wednesday) to 31 December 2020 (Thursday), School and Teacher's Programme , All-year Round Activities
‘Soil and Us’ programme guides students through immersive activities and reflection to gain an understanding of the role of soil.
1 January 2020 (Wednesday) to 31 December 2020 (Thursday), Public Events , School and Teacher's Programme , Community Group Programme , All-year Round Activities
Forests are important in the ecosystem. They filter fresh water, supply oxygen, provide habitats for wildlife and even regulate climate. They are also vital to our livelihood, food, health and energy resources. However, due to human activities, Hong Kong has lost most of its forests over the last few centuries.