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A Visit To Long Ping Strawberry Farm With Kids For A Boutique Farm Experience In Hong Kong

Pick Strawberries And Veggies With The Kids In Hong Kong

A Visit To Long Ping Strawberry Farm With Kids For A Boutique Farm Experience In Hong Kong

If you have not journeyed to Hong Kong’s gorgeous New Territories for a day out at one of the region’s farms – it’s time!  Strawberry Season is in full swing and with most of Hong Kong’s indoor options shut – this is a perfect outing to add to your weekend itinerary for things to do with kids!

Located in Yuen Long, Long Ping is a wonderful organic farm that is easy to access and offers a variety of farm activities catering to all ages (toddlers, kids, tweens, and teens).  Entry to the farm is free and it is open daily from 8am-6pm. You pay for what you pick so the more strawberries and cabbage that goes into your basket – the more you pay.  After you stock up on your fresh finds, you can eat them farm-to-table style in the picnic area. We recommend going now as the strawberry season in Hong Kong runs from December – April. And – it’s open during the lockdown – a real bonus for outdoor adventures with kids.

The scoop:

  • Cost:  It’s free!  The strawberries cost HK$80 per kilo.  You can also request to visit their veggie areas for tomatoes, cabbage, beets, carrots, and more.
  • How to get there?: You can drive and park right in front of the farm.  You can also take public transport – MTR to Long Ping Station and then a taxi (15 minutes) to Long Ping Strawberry Farm.  Click here for the google maps link.

What do you need to know?

  • Strawberry picking season lasts from December – April
  • Grape picking season is between September – January.
  • You can also pick veggies!
  • There is a small restaurant serving up noodles, roasted chicken, dumplings, and hot potatoes and corn.  You can also bring your own picnic.
  • Kids will enjoy the animals – pigs and goats.  You can feed them too.
  • There is a public toilet on site.

 

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Strawberries, grapes, and veggies - all picked fresh by you and the kids.

Who It's Perfect For:

Farming families big and small - this is a fun and unique way to spend the day.

What Else:​

Go early - it gets busy from 11am on.

Where To Find It:​

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