This Easter, you can get the chance to spend hours playing with rabbits, jumping on trampolines and enjoying a barbecue, courtesy Bunny Wonderland. The venue, which is a farm spread across 100,000 square feet in Yuen Long, has a 5,000 square feet grass field and 28 recreational activities.

Enjoy the 5,000 square feet grass fields at Bunny Wonderland.
Enjoy the 5,000 square feet grass fields at Bunny Wonderland (© Bunny Wonderland via Facebook)

Children can enjoy the wide variety of play equipment, from wooden swings and rope nets to pirate ships and flower bridges. They can play with and feed small animals like rabbits and goats, but only with food provided by the staff. In addition, Bunny Wonderland will hold a special Easter event at 1.15pm every day from April 7-10, which features a music show and an Easter egg hunt.

There is a wide variety of play equipment for children at the farm.
There is a wide variety of play equipment for children at the farm (© Bunny Wonderland via Facebook)

The farm is also offering visitors a special package until April 10. It allows each person to enjoy five hours of unlimited access to the venue’s play areas, as well as goodies like pet food, game tokens for the claw machine, ice cream, lunch boxes, white rabbit souvenirs and distilled water. They also get six-minute sessions on the bouncy castle and can play a round of a fishing game.

Feed the small animals at the farm food provided by the staff.
Feed the small animals at the farm food provided by the staff (© Bunny Wonderland via Facebook)

Tickets to the farm are priced at HK$128 for guests aged over 12 years old, HK$188 for children aged from 3-11, and HK$30 for babies under two years old. However, there is a higher charge for the barbecue buffet (HK$248 per adult, HK$218 per child), and guests can choose between two time slots: 12pm-4pm and 6pm-10pm. The barbecue package includes charcoal, a cutlery set, honey and a grill.

Header image credits: Bunny Farmland via Facebook

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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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