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Feed Alpacas, Eat Fresh Pineapples, And Play Outdoors At Go Green Organic Farm In New Territories, Hong Kong

A Unique Farm Near Kam Tin, Hong Kong For Toddlers And Kids

Go Green Farm Hong Kong

Alpacas, pineapples, playgrounds – let’s go! Kids naturally gravitate towards cute animals and the great outdoors, so why not give them (and yourselves) a break from the usual routine and head to the Go Green Organic Farm for a day of quirky, unique, and family-friendly fun. Picture humming alpacas, pineapple trimmings, tempting trampolines, and fun swings – honestly, what more could a kid (and grownup!) want?

Venture on your mini-escape from the city to the Go Green Organic Farm where you will feel like you’ve entered a new world. Famously known as a pineapple farm, you will definitely see plenty of pineapple motifs for amusing photo-ops, as well as many fresh pineapples growing. Though you may not pick them on your own, you can certainly purchase crisp, juicy ones at their store. Your mini horticulturists will appreciate all the other fruits and flowers being grown around the farm, too.

Animal lovers will get their fill here, too! Furry, docile alpacas roam their pen for your viewing pleasure – while an extra HK$60 gives you an opportunity to get up-close-and-personal and feed them. You can also see goats and rabbits here. You can also purchase small cups of animal foods to feed these furred friends, too.

Plan your visit ahead of time to arrange a guided tour where you can learn more about the organic farming experience, animal feedings, or participate in a handicraft workshop. And then get ready for loads of fun with animals in the fresh outdoors, while introducing the kids to sustainable farming, at the Go Green Organic Farm.

Highlights:

  • Great Farm For Little Ones (Toddlers):  It’s easy to access and there is loads to see and do.  It’s very random (and quirky) but the kids love it – sandpits, bouncy castles, trampolines, swings, rabbits, alpacas, pineapple ice cream – you get the idea. It is stroller-friendly as well and easy to navigate.
  • Wildly Entertaining:  From vintage playground equipment to Instagram photo sets – it’s so whacky, you can’t help but play and snap.
  • Animals:  It’s fun to see them at any age.  The alpacas are especially cute!
  • Farming For Pineapples:  It’s not every day you get to pull a Pineapple out of the ground.

Tips:

  • Toilets:  They are available and on-site.
  • Cash:  Cash is king here, bring cash! There is an entry fee (HK$150 for adult, HK$100 child, kids under 3 are free) + feeding fee (HK$60 for small carrot bowl for alpacas) and anything purchased from the farm is also additional.
  • Food:  Pack a picnic.  There is only a snack area but they do serve pineapple ice cream (quite expensive but it is fresh).  There is also Kam Tin nearby which offers yummy Thai Food – we love Kok Kok. The station also has local snacks and fish balls.

How To Get There? This is a tricky place to get to – if you are driving or coming by taxi – make sure you do not follow google maps as it will send you in circles.

  • By car/taxi:  Go to the MTR Station (Kam Sheung Road on the West Rail Line) and there is a parking lot right in the back which is easy to find (HK$11 per hour). If coming by Uber/taxi from Central it will take around 35-40 minutes and cost betweenHK$300-400. On arrival at the station, go to EXIT A and walk across the pedestrian walkway (there are signs and you go right over the highway) and into a tunnel on the other side.  You will see signs to Go Green Farm right past the tunnel on the left.  You will also see interesting pineapple figures made from tires.  Follow the signs to the entrance.
  • By MTR:  Go to the MTR Station (Kam Sheung Road on the West Rail Line). Go to EXIT A and walk across the pedestrian walkway (there are signs and you go right over the highway) and into a tunnel on the other side.  You will see signs to Go Green Farm right past the tunnel on the left.  You will also see interesting pineapple figures made from tires.  Follow the signs to the entrance.
  • Extra Food Shopping: On the way back to the parking lot – you can go shopping for fresh produce, local candy, and handicrafts at the entrance of the MTR station.  There are also local foods available in case the kids get hungry – fish balls, siu mei, etc.

 

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

A fun, outdoor space for non-stop family friendly fun where you can see fruits grow, visit and feed alpacas, goats and rabbits, as well as roam their playgrounds!

Who It's Perfect For:

Pineapple lovers, alpaca lovers, and anyone who enjoys the outdoors and unique farming experiences.

What Else:​

Supporting this farm will leave with you a feel-good factor even after your visit, as part of their proceeds are used to serve the communities around us through donating farm lands, supporting Crossroads, and donating organic vegetables to elderly homes.

Where To Find It:​

Additional Info:​

Open 10am-6pm from Monday-Sunday.

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