Kowloon Park, Hong Kong
Kowloon Park is a lovely public park in Hong Kong in the Tsim Sha Tsui area which is perfect for relaxation when you are spending time in the bulk of the city. I believe that some part of the park is sheltered as a walk way for when it rains other wise enjoy the outside areas, the lake and take photos of the surrounds.
This park is located in the heart of Kowloon, connecting the China ferry terminal where the ferries goes back and forth from Mainland China and Macau. It is a lovely park, where you could see lots of different birds and flowers. I went through this park every single time when i arrived to HK, it makes me so relaxed.
This park is LOVE! I was never expecting that there’s this big beautiful garden in the middle of a big city! This is where I get to see pink flamingos. Yes, it was my first time and they’re so lovely! If you are tired of the hustle and bustle of the big city, you can come here and relax. No fuzz! It’s free!
Kowloon park is a nice place to visit after walking around the city the whole day. It is located in the TST area so it’s not far from the other tourist spots in the city center (Avenue of stars, etc). It’s a nice spot to drop by when in the area, very refreshing and relaxing!
“Despite the surfaces and contents, this park is all but natural – yet a ‘lung’ in the big city pulse”!
This park offers a lot at once; There are beautiful tree lions, water ponds, sculptures, playgrounds, outdoor seating, sports grounds and flower gardens. The feeling that everything is spontaneously drafted in the terrain. The peace is here, like the greenery and all the playful children and flankering couples … Yet, the feeling of the park is nothing to carry back on the street. This park still fills an important purpose as it is the largest ‘green lung’ on the mainland side of Kowloon. On Hong Kong Island there are more beautiful and more structured Victoria Parcs that we found ourselves were much more fun to visit!
Kowloon Park is Hong Kong’s very own Central Park (only a smaller version). It is set amidst the city’s numerous skyscrapers. I suggest spending around 2-3 hours in this wonderful park. As for me, I got a couple of goodies from the adjacent Marks & Spencer food store and explored the whole park. I enjoyed the bird park or aviary (as it is called) and the avenue of comic stars. I strongly recommend this amazing park.
A wonderful park in the Tsim Sha Tsui area, the Kowloon Park gives one an opportunity to spend some relaxing time in the otherwise busy city of Hong Kong. The park has a lot of activities going on including some shows on Sundays. We couldn’t cover much of the park due to paucity of time but if you have the time, it will be great to stop by.
Great place to relax with friends.
Highly suggest you to visit that park and take some snacks. )
Keep in mind that alcoholic drinks are forbidden!!!
Kowloon Park is a great place to head to for a nice relaxing walk after a busy day exploring the markets and shops that Hong Kong has on offer. I loved people watching in here after grabbing a nice spot on the grass to take it all in. Highly rated!
My wife and I picked the perfect day for this stroll. It started out sunny and then we got caught in the rain part way through. We couldn’t help giggling and kissing in the middle of the lush vegetation. It’s certainly one of the more relaxing attractions and it’s free.
Hong Kong is notoriously busy no matter what time of day it is and one of the perfect places to take a breather is here at the Kowloon Park. Surrounded by lots of flora and even fauna, something will surely catch your eye as you walk along. I enjoyed birdwatching a lot and it’s so huge that I don’t think I even got to see about half of the entire park.
This park is probably one of my favorite places in Hong Kong. It juxtaposes against the busyness of Hong Kong so well. If you are looking for a place to retreat away from the sound of horns and city life, this is the perfect place to do so. It definitely is worth walking through at least once if you come to HK.
We had a beautiful stroll through the park on an afternoon in Hong Kong. I really enjoyed stumbling across the pond of flamingos. I did not expect to see them!
Another serene park in the middle of the busy streets of Hong Kong. We had fun trying the challenge courses on their jogging path. We also enjoyed observing the locals and saw a pair practicing their Tai Chi. It was a good relaxing day at the park. Sadly, we weren’t able to see the whole park since it was so big.
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