11th November 2021 – (Hong Kong) As the winter approaches, citizens can head towards Kam Tin Country Club to see the colourful Cosmos flower field. The scenic flower field is a perfect spot for Instagrammers to take photos. It is located at 230, Shui Tau Tsuen in Kam Tin. Shui Tau Tsuen is a 17th century village in Kam Tin area, Yuen Long District, New Territories, Hong Kong. Kam Tin is the origins of Tang Clan, one of the Five Great Clans of Hong Kong.
Cosmos bipinnatus, commonly called the garden cosmos or Mexican aster is a medium-sized flowering herbaceous plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, native to the Americas. The species and its varieties and cultivars are popular as ornamental plants in temperate climate gardens.
Opening hours: 10am – 6pm (Mondays to Sundays).
Address: 230, Shui Tau Tsuen in Kam Tin
Directions: Take MTR West Rail Line train and exit at Kam Sheung Road Station Exit C before taking Green Minibus No. 601 (Special Line), get off at the entrance of the Kam Tin Country Club. Alternatively, take Green Minibus No. 601 from Yuen Long Transport Plaza.