PSFSC's building and forecourt at the site is to be closed from 27 April for preliminary work ahead of demolition
WWF’s operations to protect the Mai Po wetlands and connect our community with nature through visits to the nature reserve continue as usual, with our public eco-visits open for bookings online at wwf.org.hk/gomaipo/. Our visitor teams at the Mai Po office and visitor centres in both Long Ping and at the reception cabin at our Peter Scott site are ready to welcome you.
The Peter Scott building and forecourt at the site is to be closed from 27 April for preliminary work ahead of demolition. Limited parking is available adjacent to our site cabin on a first-come, first- served basis. Please visit our new visitor centre near Exit B of Long Ping MTR station. Visitors who have booked a tour to Mai Po Nature Reserve can enjoy our shuttle bus service to and from Mai Po. This service will also stop at Lok Ma Chau, an additional pick-up point to offer visitors and AFCD permit holders greater flexibility.
The health and safety of our visitors is a top priority. We are supporting the community health precaution measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, and have implemented enhanced cleaning precautions at all our centres in line with World Health Organization and Centre for Health Protection guidelines. Measures include hand washing, hand sanitizers and clear advice on wearing of masks for all our visitor activities, which take place in small family groups in the outdoors.
Should you have any queries please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals seeking to register with our Mai Po Community to get regular updates on the project can email or call 2864-1416.