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When I came here in 2003 you could make a wish using mandarin oranges and toss them in the historical trees. Understandably that practice has stopped to preserve the trees but the fake tree they made in its place is not worth the effort. You...More
For me, this is a place that I will go once and would not go back. It is just for experience. The wishing tree that u throw things to is fake! As the real one, they need to protect.
Around the area, there are a...More
We were there this afternoon ; on the 13th Feb 2018.
I was well aware that one of the trees was a model was the previous tree ; it did not bother me. I was there to take some nice pictures, learn about the local...More
The wishing tree is fake and the surrounding area is not attractive with nothing to do except 3 shabby cafes to get a drink or snacks. The place is only crowded during the first 2 weeks of the Chinese New Year CNY where there are...More
Wishing tree is very famous in Hongkong. But in 365days, there're only two weeks full of people. The first 15 days for Chinese New year. Full of Chinese New year mood. People willing to pay USD 3 to buy for a wish. Actually it's no...More
Many Hong Kongers believe that writing their wish on a piece of paper, crunching it into a ball and tossing it at a tree. They believe that the higher the branch the joss paper ball lands on and stays (pray there's no wind), the more...More
A lot ot tourists miss the Lam Tsuen wishing tree because there is few reviews on this landmark.
It is very famous landmark in Hong Kong and a lot of people come in Lunar New Year as part of tradition. You may throw the orange...More
This is on the Chinese New year must do list.....if you can battle through the crowds and you have plenty of time you will have fun.
It's a long journey from central hong kong and when you get there it looks very strange but don't...More
Lam Tsuen's famous wishing tree cannot take the weight of all the prayers and wishes people hang on to it. Now they have a plastic tree that you can hang things on. There are also many local souvenir shop and a "Famous" tofu place. Apparently...More