With widespread damage from Typhoon Mangkhut affecting many of Hong Kong’s country parks and all of our public beaches, prime places to go moon gazing are in short supply. And that is not including the Hong Kong Observatory’s forecast of rain and clouds for the three days of Mid-autumn.
But if you are a die-hard moon-watcher, there are still some places to go to eat mooncakes and look at the real thing.
The following venues have had their opening hours extended by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
For details, click here.
There is still some storm debris and fallen trees left in some of the parks, so have fun, stay safe, and do obey the signs and avoid the cordoned-off areas.