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 Chai Wan Park (Tsui Wan Street, Chai Wan)

Situated at Tsui Wan Street in Chai Wan, Chai Wan Park measures around 7 ha in size and houses facilities including a cascade, a pond, a model boat pool and 2 old cannons. The 2 old cannons were unearthed in 1973 during a sea bed excavation project in Chai Wan. It is believed that they were discarded by the barracks near Chai Wan in the old days. The 2 old cannons have been exhibited near a knoll inside Chai Wan Park since 1985. 

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens (Albany Road, Central, Hong Kong)

The Garden used to house an assemblage of native plants for collection and research in its early years, and had therefore been known as the Botanic Gardens. Since 1876, the Gardens expanded its zoological collection comprising birds and mammals, and was officially renamed as the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens in 1975.

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park (Eastern Street North, Sai Ying Pun)

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park at Eastern Street North in Sai Ying Pun covers an area of about 4 ha and is named after Dr Sun Yat Sen to commemorate his contribution as the father of modern China. A bronze statue of Dr Sun is placed at the memorial lawn at the centre of the Park. The covered walkways of the children's play area and the roof of the chime tower are respectively modeled on the colonnade structures of the Central School (now Queen's College) and the design of the Main Building of The University of Hong Kong where Dr Sun received education.

Victoria Park (1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong)

Victoria Park at Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay occupies an area of around 19 ha and offers a wide range of sports facilities such as tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer pitches as well as a swimming pool complex. The central lawn is a famous spot where visitors picnic and relax themselves. The Park is also the venue for the largest Lunar New Year Fair in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Park (19, Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong)

Hong Kong Park at Cotton Tree Drive, Central covers an area of 8.16 ha. The present site of the Park was originally a garrison named Victoria Barracks. A number of garrison buildings built between 1842 and 1910 are preserved, including Flagstaff House (currently accommodating Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware), Rawlinson House (currently housing the Park management office and Cotton Tree Drive Marriage Registry), Wavell House (currently accommodating Education Centre) and Cassels Block (currently housing Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre). Flagstaff House was declared a monument in 1989 and the other 3 buildings were rated Grade 1 historic buildings in 2009.

Quarry Bay Park (Tai Koo Shing, Quarry Bay)

Quarry Bay Park is an urban park located in the Quarry Bay area of Hong Kong Island's Eastern District. It lies between the waterfront and the Tai Koo Shing housing estate, and covers around 12.49 hectares.  Quarry Bay Park was opened to public use on 17.6.1994 and the park is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government.

Tamar Park (Tamar Park, Harcourt Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong)

Tamar Park is located at Harcourt Road, Admiralty. Adjacent to the Central Government Offices and the Legislative Council Complex, it covers an area of around 1.76 ha. Designed with elegant simplicity, the park offers broad views of the picturesque Victoria Harbour. Apart from the spacious green lawns, park facilities include a landscaped garden, water features, a floating platform, an amphitheatre and Tamar Cafe.

Jordan Valley Park (No. 71, New Clear Water Bay Road, Kwun Tong)

Jordan Valley Park is located at New Clear Water Bay Road, Kwun Tong. Formerly the Jordan Valley Landfill, the Park occupies an area of about 6 ha providing a wide range recreational facilities, and is the largest park in Kwun Tong District. A key attraction of the Park is the radio-controlled model car circuit, which meets the international standards for holding model car racing events. In addition, the extensive central lawn is a leisure and entertainment hotspot for families.

Kowloon Park (22, Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon)

Kowloon Park is a green haven at the centre of Tsim Sha Tsui. With a total area of 13.3 ha, the Park features various theme gardens, the Bird Lake, the Aviary, a totem pole, the Tree Walk, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, etc. Stalls providing arts and crafts items are set up in the Arts Fun Fair at the Loggia every Sunday and public holiday afternoon.

Kowloon Walled City Park (Tung Tsing Road, Kowloon City)

Occupying an area of 31 000 sq m, Kowloon Walled City Park is laid out in the Jiangnan garden style of the early Qing Dynasty, producing a green and peaceful environment studded with Chinese pavilions and ponds. In its centre stands the restored Yamen Building offering visitors a glimpse of the physical appearance of the Walled City in the old days. The Yamen houses an exhibition which shows both the history of the Walled City and the construction process of the Park, together with the display of some relics unearthed in the Walled City. Visitors may soak up the ambience of the remote past whilst enjoying the charming Park.

Lai Chi Kok Park (1 Lai Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon)

Lingnan Garden is a Chinese-style garden inside Lai Chi Kok Park. It has an area of 12 500 sq m with about 2 600 sq m covered with water features. The Garden is divided into 10 scenic spots. The architectural structures radiate in all directions from the pond at the centre. The Lingnan-style garden features the traditional layout of yards and winding corridors. The architectural ornaments, including pottery sculpture, tile and plaster decoration, stone carving and woodwork, etc. are all in Lingnan style, whilst the rockery is made of stones mainly from Tai Hu in Yingde. The colourful optical fibre light festooning the eaves from the Eastern Gate to the corridor-type bridge adds charm to the Garden at nighttime.

Ngau Chi Wan Park (No. 71 Fung Shing Street, Ngau Chi Wan, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon)

Ngau Chi Wan Park at Fung Shing Street covers an area of about 4 ha. Themed on nature and greening, its design embodies environmental protection features such as solar devices. The Park consists of 1 platform on the east side and 3 platforms on the west side of Fung Shing Street. The eastern platform features a natural turf archery range, whilst a herb garden is at the lower platform on the western side of the Park. The Park also provides an array of facilities, including a basketball court, jogging tracks, elderly fitness corners, etc.

Shek Kip Mei Park (270 Nam Cheong Street, Sham Shut Po)

Shek Kip Mei Park is an urban park located in Shek Kip Mei and it is one of the largest parks in Sham Shui Po. Amenities include an outdoor artificial climbing wall, tennis courts, children's playground, fountain, artificial waterfall, amphitheatre, mini-soccer pitch with colour-coated hard surface, two colour-coated basketball courts, jogging track with fitness stations and a rest garden.

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park (The flat roof of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building at 33 Shing Fung Road, Kai Tak, Kowloon)

The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is located at the flat roof of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building at 33 Shing Fung Road, Kowloon. The Park occupies an area of 23,000 square metres with passive amenities including a central lawn, a viewing platform, water garden, fountain plaza, etc.

Kowloon Tsai Park (13 Inverness Road, Kowloon City)

Kowloon Tsai Park at Inverness Road in Kowloon City covers an area of about 12 ha providing a variety of recreational facilities. The Bauhinia Garden, home to about 120 Bauhinia trees, is a key attraction of the Park. Flower lovers flock to the Garden when blossoms burst into magnificent shades of magenta during the flowering period. Other major facilities of the Park include a natural turf soccer pitch, 7-a-side hard-surfaced soccer pitches, artificial turf soccer pitches, basketball courts, a roller skating rink, a jogging track, an elderly fitness corner, a children’s playground, a dog garden, a sports ground and swimming pools, etc.

Kwun Tong Promenade (80 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon)

Kwun Tong Promenade has an area of about 4 ha. Visitors can get close-up views of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and Runway Park, splendid night-time views of Hong Kong Island East and the panoramas of Victoria Harbour and Lei Yue Mun along the about 1 km waterfront boardwalk. There are also music fountains and interactive wet play areas. The music fountains incorporate the presentation of musical masterpieces during performance sessions. The night shows further synchronise the music with kaleidoscopic beams. The interactive wet play zones equipped with sensory devices, through which visitors can interact with water jets of various effects, providing a fresh park-going experience.

Nan Lian Garden (60 Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Wong Tai Sin)

Situated at Fung Tak Road to the south of Chi Lin Nunnery, Nan Lian Garden was open to the public in 2006. Built in the Tang-style, the 3.5 ha Garden is adorned with timber structures, studded with clusters of bizarre rocks and planted with lots of old and valuable trees.

Po Kong Village Road Park (140 Po Kong Village Road, Diamond Hill)

Occupying an area of about 9 ha, Po Kong Village Road Park at Po Kong Village Road in Diamond Hill offers a wide range of leisure facilities including an artificial turf pitch, cricket practice areas, a cycling area and an elevated cycling track of about 1 km in length, a jogging trail, fitness corners, a SkatePark, children’s playgrounds and an amphitheatre, etc. A special feature of the Park is the “Renewable Energy Zone”, where exhibition panels on the wind power, photovoltaic and solar power renewable energy systems installed in the Park are displayed to promote the notion of environmental protection.

Yuen Po Street Bird Garden (Yuen Po Street, Mongkok)

“Bird Street” was originally situated at Hong Lok Street in Mong Kok. It was once famous for its proliferation of stalls selling pet birds but was demolished due to urban development. In order to preserve the characteristics and spirit of “Bird Street”, the Government built Yuen Po Street Bird Garden in Yuen Po Street. Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is a Chinese-style theme park, occupying an area of around 3 000 sq m. About 70 stores selling various kinds of pet birds, bird seeds and related products are provided in the Garden as an attraction to bird fanciers and tourists alike.

Central Kwai Chung Park (San Kwai Street, Kwai Chung)

The Park was formerly the site of Shui Fung Dairy Farm and Leung Fat Dairy Farm which were the only farms in the New Territories in the 1950s. In 1980s, the 2 dairy farms ceased operation and the plot of land occupied was surrendered to the Government. The area was subsequently redeveloped into Central Kwai Chung Park, with only the Stone House retained and used as the park office. Stone House is the only surviving building of Shui Fung Dairy Farm. Built in around 1950, this 2-storey modernist style building has a flat roof terrace and is a composition of rectangles. It has curved building façade, deep veranda and simple and slender round columns. The staircase finished with terrazzo connecting the 2 floors is still intact. Stone House was used as a holiday villa and residence of the family of the dairy farm owner.

Ma On Shan Park (No.12, On Chun Street, Ma On Shan Park, Shatin,)

Situated at Ma On Shan town centre and adjacent to the Ma On Shan Promenade, Ma On Shan Park offers visitors a panoramic harbour view to the horizon. The Park has a total area of 5.5 ha containing a wide variety of facilities including a mining history display area, a conservation corner, a maze garden, play equipment for all children and a marine plaza, etc.

Ma On Shan Promenade (an urban waterfront park in Ma On Shan, Hong Kong)

The 3.2-km-long Ma On Shan Promenade overlooks Sha Tin Hoi and offers a magnificent view of the peaks of Pat Sin Leng, featuring a panorama of the sea and the sky. The Promenade also offers a wide array of facilities, such as fitness stations, a jogging trail and a bougainvillea garden. In order to promote environmental awareness, wind turbines providing electricity to some of the floor lightings as well as solar and wind hybrid lamps without carbon dioxide emission are installed in the Promenade.

Po Hong Park (10, Wan Lung Road, Tseung Kwan O)

Po Hong Park is located at 10, Wan Lung Road, Tseung Kwan O, it measures 4.13 hectares in size. Facilities include hard surfaced soccer cum handball pitch, basketball cum volleyball court, children's play areas, elderly fitness areas, etc.

 Po Tsui Park (Yuk Nga Lane, Tseung Kwan O)

Po Tsui Parkis located at Yuk Nga Lane, Tseung Kwan O, it measures 4.24 hectares in size. Facilities include soccer cum hockey pitch, tennis courts, children's play areas, etc.

Hong Kong Velodrome Park (105-107 Po Hong Road, Tseung Kwan O)

Hong Kong Velodrome Park has a total area of 5.3 ha. The Park features an extensive lawn and artificial lakes, as well as leisure and sports facilities including a skatepark, a sport climbing wall, a jogging track, a model boat pool, children’s play areas, an amphitheatre etc. attracting lots of visitors.

Sha Tin Park (No. 2 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin)

Sha Tin Park covers an area of about 8 ha along Shing Mun River in the town centre of Sha Tin. The Park consists of gardens of distinctive styles, growing around 110 000 plants of over 400 species inside. Other facilities include children playgrounds, an amphitheatre, a viewing terrace and a bike kiosk.

Tai Po Waterfront Park (Dai Fat Street, Tai Po, New Territories)

Tai Po Waterfront Park occupies an area of 22 ha. The annual dragon boat race in Tai Po District is held at its promenade. The Park provides a wide range of facilities, including Insect House, a kite-flying area, a cycling track, a model boat pool, various theme gardens and an amphitheatre. Visitors may also enjoy a panoramic view of Tai Po waterfront and Tolo Harbour at Spiral Lookout Tower in the Park.

Tsing Yi Park (60 Tsing Luk Street, Tsing Yi)

Tsing Yi Park covers an area of about 7 ha. Facilities include 7-a-side hard surfaced soccer pitch, a basketball court, tennis courts, children's play areas, quali-walk paths, elderly fitness corner, Tai Chi garden, lookout pavilion, amphitheatre, large waterfall, ornamental lakes, large amenity lawn, etc.

Tsuen Wan Park (59 Wing Shun Street, Tsuen Wan)

Tsuen Wan Park occupies an area of about 8 hectares and was built at a cost of $107 million. The maritime theme was adopted in designing the project and forms an integral part of the park. At different levels and from various vantage points, visitors to the park can have spectacular views across Rambler Channel towards Tsing Yi Island and the Ting Kau Bridge afar. There are fountains along the main axis and in the central plaza. Also in the central plaza are a series of site specific sculptures reinforcing the maritime theme. In addition, sail-shaped structures which provide shade and focal points are located in sitting-out areas and the amphitheatre.

Tsuen Wan Riviera Park (2A Yi Hong Street, Tsuen Wan, N.T.)

The Tsuen Wan Riviera Park was completed and open for public use on 19 May 1990. The Park, which measures 4.26 hectares, is built along the waterfront with most of the area reclaimed from the sea. The recreational facilities of the Park are designed for people of different age groups. These include a natural turf pitch with a spectator stand to accommodate 300 spectators, 4 tennis courts, a full-sized basketball-cum-volleyball court, a gateball court and children's play areas with distinctive play equipment. Along the waterfront of the Park is a jogging track with fitness stations, a pebble walking trail and fitness equipment for the elderly.

Tuen Mun Park (Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road, Tuen Mun)

Built on reclamation land, the park provides a restful place with mass of greenery to the residents of Tuen Mun as well as visitors over the territory. There are about 1500 trees and 100 000 shrubs of about 200 various species planted in the park. Apart from the landscape features and beautiful environment that make one feel cheerful and relaxed, the park has an artificial lake occupying an area of about 1 hectare. The Reptile House, which is located in the southern part of the park, is another major vantage point that attracts most visitors. Other facilities in the park include water cascade, model boat pool, amphitheatre, roller-skating rink, children's playground and multi-game area, etc. All in all, the park is an ideal leisure haunt for the visitors to have a day's fun there.

Yuen Long Park (Town Peak Road North, Yuen Long)

Built on a hill, the park has preserved as much as possible the original landform and trees to present a beautiful picture. There are more than 1000 trees scattered around in the park. At the top of the hill is a pagoda with its lowest level serving as an aviary and the upper levels as a lookout offering a panoramic view of Yuen Long Town and Tin Shui Wai New Town. There is also an exquisite ravine garden with a small footbridge and a stream as well as an artificial lake and a waterfall, where visitors can relax and have a good time.

North District Park (Jockey Club Road, Sheung Shui)

The structures of the Park are designed in the Yangzhou style of the Qing Dynasty. At the centre of the area is the picturesque view of an artificial lake with rocky stream cascades. Lying to the east of the lake is a Rock Garden constructed with different kinds of rock where a trendy Pebble Walking Trail is set for foot massage.

Shing Mun Valley Park (Shing Mun Road, Tsuen Wan)

The Shing Mun Valley Park occupies an area of 10.73 hectares. Equipped with both active and passive recreational facilities, it provides an ideal place for sports and leisure for the public. The Park is divided into the North Garden and the South Garden. The major facilities at the North Garden include tennis courts, fitness corner for elderly and a children's play area. The facilities at the South Garden include a 7-a-side hard surfaced soccer pitch cum handball court, basketball courts cum volleyball court, fitness corner for elderly, pebble walking tiles and a children's play area. In addition, there is a four-tier artificial water feature built on the natural terrain, which measures a total of 3 500 square meters.

Tin Shui Wai Park (6 Tin Shui Road, Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long)

The Park is specially designed to create a subtropical mood. To tie in with the name of Tin Shui Wai, water fountain and water features were constructed to highlight the concept of "Tin"(sky) and "Shui"(water). The focus of the Park is an artificial lake which is built in harmony with the environment. The low density development of the Park not only stands in sharp contrast with the urban structures in the surroundings, but also provides a spacious leisure and recreational area for the enjoyment of the public.

Tsing Yi Northeast Park (No. 10 Tam Kon Shan Road)

The recreational facilities of the Park are designed for people of different age groups. These include an 11-a-side artificial turf soccer pitch with a spectator stand to accommodate 200 spectators, two basketball-cum-volleyball courts, a gateball court, a cycling track, a cycling track for children, a bike kiosk, a fee-charging car park and 2 accessible toilets.

Tung Chung North Park (No. 29 Man Tung Road, Tung Chung)

The recreational facilities of the Park are designed for people of different age groups. These include a pet garden, inclusive park for pet, elderly fitness corner, a pebble walking trial, Chinese herb garden, trail of health, skateboard ground, 3 nos. of 5-a-side Hard-surfaced Soccer Pitch with a spectator stand to accommodate 200 spectators, a children's play area and jogging track, men’s and ladies’ changing rooms and toilets.

Shun Sum Yuen Farm (Siu Hum Tsuen, San Tin, Yuen Long)

Shun Sum Yuen Farm is committed to organic farming and organic agricultural technology, emphasizing the protection of the soil and the environment. It is aimed at providing high-quality organic agricultural products. The farm also provides many agricultural educational and cultural activities for the community, such as agricultural markets, agricultural courses, and parent-child activities to promote sustainable agriculture and ecological culture. Admission Fee Per Person : $50