Frequently Asked Questions

*In response to the government’s latest regulations under the ‘Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance’, opening arrangements may change from time to time. Please check out the announcements on our social media and website for the latest updates.

(Last updated on: 24/06/2022)

As the Farm has been newly launched, the team has been constantly reviewing the daily operation of the site to prepare for the official opening at the end of the year. Once the Farm has been officially opened, the public will be welcome to the Farm during its opening hours with no prior reservation required.

You may reserve for max. 4 persons for each submission for free visit, and max. 2 persons for each submission for the tours. Please submit a new form again if you wish to book for more than 2 or 4 persons. Reservation is required for children over 3 years old.

For enquiry on group visits or tours, please contact us at .

Some of the reasons for not receiving the confirmation email:

  1. Wrong email input when submitting the form
  2. Your mailbox has been full
  3. The mail has been classified as junk mail


Please provide ALL of the listed info (1. Name, 2. Tel, 3. Email, 4. Reserved Date & 5. Time) to us through email to if you would like us to re-send the confirmation email. Due to large number of enquiry, it might take at least 3 to 5 working days for response. Thank you for your understanding.

We are sorry that any change of booking would be not accepted.

Reservation is required for children over 3 years old.

Pets are welcome, except for indoor areas (pets in arm or any carriers would not be permitted either). Pets shall be securely held on a leash; according to the guidelines from the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, ‘Large Dogs’ shall wear a muzzle. Please clean after you pets to help us keeping the venue clean and hygiene.

All visitors must show the Vaccine Pass upon entering The Pokfulam Farm, i.e. either provide a COVID-19 vaccination record or the relevant exemption certificate for inspection upon request. Please click here for details of dosage schedule for Vaccine Pass.

Upon entry to the Farm, all visitors are required to have a temperature check, use the LeaveHomeSafe app and present the Vaccine Pass. Please also wear a mask at all time and note that no food intake is allowed in the site.

Direct public transport routes are available from Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. No parking spaces are available in the Farm. The nearest parking lot is located in Chi Fu Landmark, with a walking distance of 10-minute from the Farm. Visitors are recommended to visit the Farm using public transports. Please click here for details.

Except Saturdays, Sundays or Public Holidays, scooters and bicycles are allowed in the outdoor areas. Please follow the instructions from on-site staff to ensure public safety or order. No parking available for bicycles. Please do not create obstruction to the others. The Farm is not responsible for any property, including unattended bicycles, of the visitors.

Without prior permission, playing ball games, flying kites or operating unmanned aircraft systems are not allowed.

During our soft-opening periods, we have organised a small scale exhibition with limited quotas for guided tours. More workshops and activities will be launched gradually in the near future.

The Farm’s cafeteria is expected to be open at the end of year. No restaurants, food or drinks are available at the moment.

Currently The Pokfulam Farm has been a place to showcase the local history and culture of the Pokfulam area with no living animals (e.g. diary cows). Workshops related to the operation of the Farm and rearing of dairy cows will be introduced in the near future.

No person shall, without the prior consent of The Pokfulam Farm, carry on any business and any activity as a hawker, including commercial filming, photographs, recording etc. (e.g. shooting for wedding). Please contact us at for any enquiry.