Hong Kong Park
Edward Youde Aviary
Named after a former Hong Kong governor (1982–86), this aviary is home to more than 600 birds representing some 90 different species....
The Peak Tram is not really a tram but a cable-hauled funicular railway that has been scaling the 396m ascent to the highest point on...
Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre
Situated on the western edge of Hong Kong Park and located in the Cassels Block of the former Victoria Barracks, this arts centre...
Lock Cha Tea Shop
Set in the lush environs of Hong Kong Park, Lock Cha offers fragrant teas and tasty vegetarian dim sum in a replica of an ancient...
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Hong Kong Park information
Designed to look anything but natural, Hong Kong Park is one of the most unusual parks in the world, emphasising artificial creations such as its fountain plaza, conservatory, waterfall, indoor games hall, playground, taichi garden, viewing tower, museum and arts centre. For all its artifice, the 8-hectare park is beautiful in its own weird way and, with a wall of skyscrapers on one side and mountains on the other, makes for some dramatic photographs.
Hong Kong Park is an easy walk from either Central or the Admiralty MTR station.