- Enjoy Bats at Wetlands in Hong Kong

May 28, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Bats at Wetlands is sure to be a popular exhibition for fans of the winged animal who visit the wildlife park.

It has been organised as part of the venue's fifth anniversary and will be running until October 31st 2011.

In a statement, the organisers said: "Visitors may discover the fun facts about the behaviour, cultural symbolism and conservation research projects on bats through a wide range of high-tech games, videos, interactive panels and interpretation sessions."

They went on to point out that the animal has a special significance in Hong Kong, as bats make up over 50 per cent of all mammal species in the area.

Attendees can purchase tickets online or at the box office, with standard passes costing HK$30 (£2.40) and concessions charged at HK$15.

The Hong Kong Wetlands Park is open from 10:00 to 17:00 local time every day except Tuesday, unless it is a public holiday.

Anyone keen to learn more about bats can attend a series of public lectures scheduled to take place until the end of June.

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