Among Hong Kong's various parks, Victoria Park is definitely the most popular one. In the morning the park sees early ... More
Among Hong Kong's various parks, Victoria Park is definitely the most popular one. In the morning the park sees early risers who gather to jog and exercise, while other people practice tai chi. Other facilities, such as tennis courts and swimming pools, are open to the public for a small entrance fee. On special occasions such as the Mid-Autumn Festival and the Chinese New Year, the park becomes the main celebration venue as thousands of people come and celebrate with their family and friends.
Victoria Peak, also known as "The Peak", provides panoramic views of the city, which have to be among the most
spectacular in the world, especially at night. A walk around the Peak reveals further scenic vistas over the greener ...
Once the site of military barracks for British and Indian troops, the 14 hectare Kowloon Park is an oasis of
green in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The parkland attractions include a bird lake and aviary, a maze, ...
From Victoria Peak , walk down Pok Fu Lam Reservoir Road into the glorious Pok Fu Lam Country Park, which
is filled with indigenous shrubs and trees. After about a half hour descent there is a junction. Choosing the ...