Local Hong Kong Honey Guide To Bee Farms

Bee Farms In The City To Visit

local honey in Hong Kong

Raw, authentic honey boasts many health-enhancing properties and no wonder many try to seek it out. However, most supermarkets stock only imported honey that cannot offer what only local honey can – help fight local air-borne allergies! Swing by one of the bee farms or local grocers and stock them in time for the flu season!

Notes on visiting Bee Farms:

* Wear light-color clothing; avoid dark-colors especially black unless you want to attract the bees. We would suggest long-sleeves.

* As bees are extremely sensitive to smell, avoid strong perfumes.

* Make sure you move slowly in the bee farm as quick and big movements can also attract bees.

  • Hong Kong Honey Guide - Po Sang Yuen


    If you’ve visited local markets, you may have seen their memorable packaging – from afar, it looks like a man sporting a really large beard, but on closer inspection, turns out to be a ‘beard’ of bees. Hong Kong’s first bee farm Po Sang Yuen is over 90 years old. The farm's product range has expanded over the years to include honeycombs and pollen capsules. To learn more about their honey production, arrange a guided tour.


    Po Sang Yuen Bee Farm, No. 8 Wu Tip Shan Road (Butterfly Road), Fan Ling, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 2669 5840, Facebook Page. Closed on Sundays. A 10-minute walk from the Fanling MTR Station. Guided tours can be arranged for groups of 30 or more people. (English-speaking guide available).

  • Wing Wo Bee Farm In Hong Kong


    Strategically situated near the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, nestled amongst wild flowering plants, Wing Wo has built a reputation since establishment in 1983 for its top-quality raw honey. It was pulled further into the limelight over half a decade ago when the Hyatt Regency began serving up Wing Wo honey in what is deemed Hong Kong’s best Honey Apple Pie, followed by a soft Honey Cake.


    Wing Wo Bee Farm, No 136 Pai Tau Village, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 2691 7917, seven days a week, 11am to 5pm. Book ahead if visiting on weekdays. It is a 20-minute walk from Sha Tin MTR Station. See website for pictorial directions.

    Hyatt Regency Sha Tin, 18 Chak Cheung Street, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 3723 1234, Bottled honey available at the farm and at the Hyatt Regency Sha Tin. The Honey Apple Pie is available at the Hyatt Regency Patisserie.

  • Organic We Hong Kong Honey

    ORGANIC WE: Mongkok & Online

    This comprehensive green department store that stocks the best of sustainable and organic products is where you will find Bee Master Master Man’s natural honey, which boasts distinctive floral notes and a “clean” sweetness. You know Master Man knows his bees when Kadoorie Farms has him on-board as a consultant. The soothing honey is also suitable for wound healing, apply topically.


    Organic We, Room 1601, 16 Good Hope Building, 5 Sai Yeung Choi South, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong (Mongkok MTR Exit E2), +852 3791 2666, www.organicwe.comFacebook Page.


    HK Honey - Locally made candles, honey, and more

    For Me Honey - Yummy local goodness

    Mung Honey - Made with local beans and honey

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