We visited KWCP because the Walled City itself was such an iconic place. Looking at pictures of what was once there, it is hard to believe it ever existed. The park that now occupies the spot is a nice space, but holds little for tourists. The Yamen that was at the centre has been preserved, but they could have preserved a whole lot more. When they demolished KWC, they also demolished the Tin Hau temple that was there (a real pity). The Yamen also houses a few pictures, but it would be so much better if they turn it into a proper museum about KWC. The bronze model is nice, as it the cross section, but it seems like a missed opportunity.
Anyway, the park is nice enough - a good place for locals to sit and chat to each other, but they could have made it so much more.
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