Picnic in the Garden

Join us for our Mostly Farm 2 Table Picnic...Enjoy nature's candy


$150.00 – $800.00 per person


3h 30min

About this experience

PermaClub is a botanical garden nestled in a small corner of Clearwater Bay just a few minute walk from the main road. There are 3 basic principles of permaculture which drives us to live our best lives every day. Care for People, Care for Planet, Share the Surplus. 


We invite you to leave the noise of your daily life and fully emerse yourself in an experience that will introduce you to a different side of this concrete jungle we all know and love. 



12pm- Guests arrive 

12:30pm- Guided garden tour

1pm- Picnic lunch to be served. Food menu will prioritize what is in season and growing in the garden. We focus on a Mediterranean style diet with a big emphasis on vegetables, although our food options are not necessarily fully vegetarian or vegan. We only supplement ingredients grown or produced in Hong Kong, supporting other local farmers and small scale crafters of Hong Kong! Please specify any food restrictions via WhatsApp after you have secured your booking.

2:30pm- Garden activity

3:30pm- Goodbyes


Environmental Policy


PermaClub is 100% off grid which means we are 100% responsible for our waste. Our biggest pet peeve is disposable plastic especially for foods that are processed and have energy intensive supply chain system. If you do bring food and/or beverages with disposable wrapping or plastic, you are responsible for disposing it yourself, so please bring a bag for your waste and make sure to take it with you when you leave. On too many occasions have we had plastic bottles and wrappings for snacks laying around. Help us keep PermaClub clean!!


Please make sure to leave us your contact details so we can send you arrival instructions via WhatsApp.


For private picnic experience we require 6 persons minimum. Whatsapp us below to discuss dates and customized experiences. 

Your Host

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Pamela is challenging us to revisit how we interact with the Earth and question our current relationship with the food we consume. Her primary passion exists somewhere between creatively integrating food and cultural experiences in nature.