Bird fanciers and lovers of old-world charm will enjoy this small park and garden with about 70 stalls for bird traders to conduct business. At one time the traders had their own market in Mongkok, known as Bird Street. This was demolished in the mid-1990s to make way for redevelopment, and the government relocated the traders to Yuen Po in 1997.
The stalls feature a wide array of winged friends in ornate cages, including some particularly lovely teak models. Particularly prized are the songbirds, who provide a constant soundtrack to the garden. Bird fanciers can pick up live feed, including crickets, and other bird-keeping supplies.
The Yuen Po Street Bird Garden also features a flower market and some traditional Chinese touches. The main entrance faces Boundary Street, and the market is open from 7am to 8pm daily.