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Hong Kong Park
Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park

Free admission
Park: 6 am - 11pm Daily.
19 Cotton Tree Dr, Central, Hong Kong

The Basics

From older Hong Kongers staying limber in the dedicated tai chi zone to young families feeding koi carp, Hong Kong Park’s bridges, lakes, and paths provide excellent people-watching. Many travelers swing by independently to enjoy the atmosphere before popping up the hill on the Peak Tram. A historical walking tour is a fascinating way to experience the park, which was built on the site of the colonial British Victoria Barracks, occupied by Japanese forces during World War II.

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Half-Day Private Custom Tour of Hong Kong
Half-Day Private Custom Tour of Hong Kong
$216.23 per adult
Traveler Favorite
First Tour of Hong Kong
I enjoyed a wonderfully educational and pleasant half-day tour of Hong Kong. It was five hours packed with many adventures. I loved traveling on the tram, ferry, ding-ding cars, and metro system. Sinclair, my tour guide, made me feel like a local as well as showing me the best views of the city. Thank you for a very enjoyable day!! I can't wait until my next visit and tour.
aimeedob, Nov 2019

Recent reviews from experiences in Hong Kong SAR

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Great day in a Hong King!
silvermindy, Jan 2020
Full-Day Private Customized Walking Tour of Hong Kong
Our guide Richard customized our tour perfectly for us and even avoided parts of city where there was a protest. He was very knowledgeable and helpful with dining suggestions. We really enjoyed our day spent with him!
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Richard
martin_a, Jan 2020
Private Hong Kong Car Tour - Half Day or Full Day
Brilliant tour made so good by Richard His readiness to help and his local knowledge was exceptional His recommendations where to shop and what to see were brilliant 10 out of 10 Would recommend to all visiting Hong kong
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Big Bus Hong Kong
Gail F, Jan 2020
Big Bus Hong Kong Open Top Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour
This tour is a great way to see Hong Kong. It is a very big place and getting around on the bus was a great way to see everything. The red line was closed due to the protests but we still saw everything we wanted on the blue and green lines. The cable car is a must to do and we also did sky 100 plus the Stanley markets. The bus ran on time and it was not crowded (probably due to the downturn of people visiting Hong Kong). We felt very safe though every where we went. I would highly recommend this tour if you want to see a bit of everything in Hong Kong.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Hong Kong Park is popular with photographers, who love to contrast traditional garden compositions with towering skyscrapers.
  • There’s no charge to enjoy most of Hong Kong Park but you will need to pay for activities at the sports center or the squash center.
  • The park has a restaurant, a café, and modern bathroom facilities.
  • Although set on a hill, the park is mainly wheelchair accessible, with roll-friendly bathrooms. There is even an accessible walkway through the aviary.
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How to Get There

Hong Kong Park is in Hong Kong Island’s Central district. The eastern end of the park is a short walk from Admiralty MTR station, on the Tsuen Wan, Island, and South Island lines; the western end of the park is just opposite the base station for the Peak Tram.

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Trip ideas


When to Get There

The park’s outdoor areas are open from early in the morning until late at night, as are the sports facilities and the restaurant. The museum, visual arts center, aviary, and conservatory close in late afternoon.

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Ways to Escape the City in Hong Kong

Nobody goes to Hong Kong for outdoor adventures but both the mainland and the outlying islands have lots to offer. Sai Kung in the New Territories boasts timeless fishing villages and sweeping beaches; the Ngong Ping 360 cable car has gorgeous views over Lantau Island; the Hong Kong Geo Park’s rock formations are perfect for a sea kayak tour; while the extinct volcano known as Tai Mo Shan delivers waterfalls and highland landscapes.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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