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6 Best Strawbery Farms to Visit in Hong Kong

6 Best Strawbery Farms to Visit in Hong Kong

If you’re tired of the skyscrapers (which is probably why you’re on this page!), a visit to a strawberry farm in Hong Kong is just the cure you need. Think about it – it’s generally quiet, family-friendly, and a great break from the business district life.

And of course, you get delicious, juicy strawberries to gorge yourself on!

But which of the farms here offer the best fruit and overall picking experiences? That’s what we’ll show you today. Let’s see which strawberry farms are worth your time!

Kam Tin Country Club

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Address: Hong Kong, Shui Mei Tsuen, 錦田公路 New Territories200號

Contact details: +852 2442 0909

Operating hours: Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

When it comes to strawberry farms in Hong Kong, we can’t help but rave about one of our favorites: Kam Tin Country Club. 

And why’s that? Well, it’s more than just about picking strawberries there. You actually get to taste strawberries from all over the world! 

And the grounds are huge. We’re talking a whopping 100,000 square feet of strawberries to choose from. 

However, do keep in mind that strawberries are seasonal in Hong Kong, with the picking season running from December to the end of March or early April. So, it’s wise to double-check before planning your visit.

Nevertheless, even if you come outside the picking season, there’s still plenty to enjoy at this Hong Kong strawberry farm. From petting lambs to an archery range and a playground that the kids will adore, there’s something for everyone here.

Tai Tong Organic EcoPark


Address: Tai Tong Shan Rd, Yuen Long, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 2470 2201

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Looking for a farm where you can dive into an all-you-can-eat strawberry fun? Tai Tong Organic EcoPark is the spot for you!

But hey, before you get too carried away, the place isn’t just about strawberries. They grow a bunch of other fruits and veggies too, so don’t expect it to be all about those tempting red berries. 

However, the good news is that strawberries seem to be the center of attention here, especially during the peak season. You can pay a flat fee (HK$100 for one person) for unlimited strawberry picking and eating.

And if you want to take some strawberries home, no problem! They’ll weigh them for you and charge accordingly (HK$100 per pound).

The only downside? They only have one type of strawberry, the Japanese variety. But as far as we’re concerned, they’re the sweetest Japanese strawberries around!

Law’s Strawberry Farm


Address: Section 1, Qiaotou, Pak Sha Estate, Yuen Long, Hong Kong

Contact details: 2429 1877 | 9786 4218

You’re going to love picking strawberries at Law’s Strawberry Farm! It’s free to enter, and you can pick as much as you want with no time limit or minimum spend.  

Plus, the strawberries are sweet and sizable. This is also a perfect activity if you’re bringing your kids along.

Additionally, because there’s plenty of space to move around in their two fields, it won’t feel suffocating even if you visit with a crowd.

Why not take home a strawberry plant of your own? And if you’re new to gardening, don’t worry – Law’s also offers helpful advice and guidance for novice growers.

Long Ping Strawberry Park

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Address: Hong Kong, Yuen Long, Castle Peak Road (Yuen Long), 117號D.D.A Lot #500&501

Contact details: +852 9251 8926

Operating hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

When we first set foot on Long Ping Strawberry Farm’s 50,000 sq. ft of open space, we noticed primarily Japanese strawberries. 

But there’s more to it than that! They actually cultivate a variety of carefully nurtured breeds, which is why they’re famous for having the most types of Japanese strawberries (they even grow Japanese grapes, by the way).

Entry to the farm is free, and it’s open daily from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, giving you the whole day for your strawberry-picking fix. You pay for what you pick, so the more strawberries you put in your basket, the more you pay. 

What’s waiting for you after you have gathered your fresh goodies? You can enjoy them farm-to-table style in the picnic area of the farm. This is actually a must-try here, so don’t miss out on it!

For obvious reasons, we recommend visiting during the strawberry season in Hong Kong, which goes from December to April. But no worries if you can’t make it then – during the off-season, you can still have fun picking fruits, but you’ll be limited to grapes and longans.

Old Xu Farm


Address: Ping Che Rd, Fanling, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 9168 8931

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

While Old Xu Farm mainly focuses on harvesting local organic veggies, you’ll be pleased to know they also grow strawberries. During peak season, the farm offers three varieties: French, Japanese, and Korean at different prices, starting at HK$60 per pound.

Once you’re finished picking strawberries, consider signing up for a crash-course on making strawberry jam, which is a favorite activity among visitors here. Who knows how many jars you can fill once you bring home your harvest?

While strawberry picking is undeniably the main draw, it’s the farm’s own “milk strawberries” that truly stand out. These special berries are cultivated by adding milk powder to the water used for growing Japanese strawberries. 

Intrigued? You can purchase these exceptional strawberries right at their on-site agricultural product stall. Trust us, they’re definitely worth a try!

Happy Garden Farm


Address: 24號 Tai Tong Shan Rd, Yuen Long, Hong Kong

Contact details: +852 9868 5420

Operating hours: Monday – Thursday: 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM | Friday: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Picture this – you have one field on the right, bigger in size, and another on the left with finer berries. They’re both packed with delicious strawberries, so  matter which field you pick, you and your family are in for a tasty adventure!

The fun doesn’t stop with strawberry picking too. This strawberry farm in Hong Kong has awesome playground facilities, friendly farm animals to meet, a bouncy castle (just $80 per child), and BBQ facilities to cook up a feast. 

Heads up: Entry fee is $60 per person, and for strawberry picking, it’s about $90 per pound.

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