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- 98%Nightlife Lovers
- 98%Business Travelers
- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 93%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 72%Family Travelers
- 51%History Buffs
User Reviews (20 Reviews)
- Hong Kong ParkSep 03, 2013
The Hong Kong Park is awesome. It is quite peaceful even though you are right in Central Hong Kong.
There is a large pond with turtles and fish that people can simply take a bench nearby and watch. It really is quite relaxing.
The aviary there at the park is also quite amazing. There are scores of birds here of several different species. You actually enter the enclosure with the birds and you can get within a few inches from time to time. If you enjoy photography and birds, this is a must visit.
It is a must visit for anyone that has more than a couple of days in Hong Kong.
- Hong Kong ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Aug 19, 2013
and there it is ..the Mandarin the perfect hotel and at Christmastime...the little train around the biggest Christmas tree...and shopping,
- Hong Kong ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 05, 2012
I used to like it more when they had a mcdonalds kiosk selling soft serve cones... however that is long gone.. at least I couldnt find it anymore. Its a great walk and lots of things to see.
- Hong Kong ParkFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Whether you are in Hong Kong for one day or one week, you must visit Hong Kong Park! This park has a LOT to offer both locals and tourists alike. Hong Kong park is built on hill so be ready to climb a couple inclines and/or stairs. There is a small tea museum that is in an old house. If you like tea or museums, or need to step in away from the rain (like we did!) you will like this place. It's very small and you can see some old pottery as well as some wonderful handmade modern pieces. After the museum skip over next door to have some tea and learn about how to make it the Chinese way. Our server spoke English and told us how to make the two different kinds of tea we ordered. You can stay as long as you like and they will keep bringing you hot water. It's great! You can also order dim sum and other food.
We also saw a tai chi garden and a wonderful bird aviary. I highly recommend the aviary! They built platforms so you walk around up where the birds live in the treetops. It's a cool perspective. Also in Hong Kong Park is the place where you go to get married. We actually saw a wedding party posing for pictures!
There are lots of other things in the park as well. I just wrote about the things we saw and did. Everything is well marked with sign posts and maps so you will be able to navigate around easily.