Two new pet gardens recently opened at malls in Hong Kong: at Tai Yuen Commercial Centre and K11 Musea. Both gardens are free to enter and feature a variety of fun equipment that furry friends can play at, and their owners can take pictures of. The venues also host pet-friendly events and activities, such as workshops, adoption days, and pop-up stores.

K11 MUSEA Pets Garden

K11 MUSEA has transformed Bohemian Garden’s pet-friendly outdoor space into a landscape in the English countryside. Pets can frolic on a green oval lawn with life-sized Mini Cooper installations, such as benches and station signs. There is also a special parking station for pet trolleys.

The space will also host a grooming workshop conducted by the SPCA on June 10, as well as pop-up stores selling pet products.

Play Eat Tai Yuen

Pets can pose with and play at the banana slide and the rainbow donut at Tai Yuen Commercial Centre's new pet-friendly garden.
Pets can pose with and play at the banana slide and the rainbow donut at Tai Yuen Commercial Centre’s new pet-friendly garden (© Tai Yuen Commercial Centre)

The new “Play Eat Tai Yuen” 20,000 square feet pet garden on the commercial centre’s first-floor podium has several attractions for furry friends and their owners, such as a 3.5-metre-high rainbow donut, a banana slide, and pet-friendly restaurants.

There will also be several pet-centric events at the venue, such as a pet school workshop (June 3), pet massage workshop (June 4), a photo shoot session (June 10), and a pet adoption day (June 10-11).

Hong Kong currently has 103 government-run pet-friendly parks and 52 dedicated off-leash dog and pet gardens. If you’d like to have some fun in the sun with your furry friends, check out the pet-friendly beaches where they can run free.

See also
Summer Fun @ Cyberport: SPCA Event With Pet & Kid-Friendly Workshops & Brunch On July 22 (Free Entry)

Header image credits: K11 Musea and Tai Yuen Commercial Centre

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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