Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park: Hours, Address, Hong Kong Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Hong Kong Park
4.5
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Monday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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The area
Neighborhood: Central
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.
How to get there
  • Admiralty • 5 min walk
  • Central • 7 min walk
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mosto
Hong Kong, China2,826 contributions
Nov 2021 • Couples
I can’t find any fault at all with this park. It’s very well done, clean, green, good for families, couples, joggers, singles. Even good during a lunch break. Very conveniently located in Admiralty - walking distance from the train stop, shopping complex and hotels. You can spend a good hour there and not feel bored. It has an impressive aviary. No charges for entry. Lots of turtles in a very nice pond, a man made waterfall, a look-out post, a tea museum, nice jogging grounds, toilets - all in one place. Highly recommend to visit.
Written November 23, 2021
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom5,188 contributions
Jun 2021
This is a particularly good place to go if you need some time out from the busy city centre or if you have kids who need to stretch their legs. It is a large, landscaped park and something of an oasis in the heart of Hong Kong.
Entry is free.
The highlights are a central, man-made lake with large orange fish and tiny turtles, and a giant, enclosed aviary with an elevated walkway. The aviary os pretty special.
The landscaped gardens are green and lush and at one point, the winding path leads you behind the cascading water of an artificial waterfall which is good fun for kids.
A 30-metre tall look-out tower has a nice view down over the park and out across the city. It is hidden away from the main lake area and in the past, I hadn’t even realised it was there. If you don’t mind the 100+ stairs, the view from the top is pretty good.
If you have spare time, the Flagstaff House Tea museum is an interesting diversion in the park. Whilst it’s probably not everyone’s cup of tea, it’s housed inside a well preserved and grand colonial house and museum entry is also free (see separate review).
The park is big so to get your bearings, keep an eye out for the signposted maps of the grounds. It is worth taking a photo of the one by the entry gates so you can find your way around.
GETTING THERE: There are several entries. I find the easiest is from inside the Pacific Place shopping centre. Escalators beside Harvey Nicholls, run up to the park and bring you right to one of the main entries.
Written October 6, 2021
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prem m
Hong Kong, China11 contributions
Jul 2021
the Hong Kong Park is a place where a lot of tourist visits - apart from this it is a very relaxing place for the locals, and a very good 15-30 minutes walk from the mid levels Bowen Road - Macdonnell Road - Kennedy Road to the admiralty pacific place and/or to central, they have quite a big aviaries (birds) which kids would definitely enjoy themselves. I also see many people doing their morning exercise there..
Written July 11, 2021
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EastmeetsWestAB
London, UK1,349 contributions
Nov 2020 • Couples
This park is nicely done and would suit anyone. It is great to have somewhere calm and enjoy the flowers, nature in the middle of the city.

The Edward youde aviary is nicely done. Although these birds are hold captive but they are not in cage but allowed to fly around the whole area with the trees, water feature etc.

If you are lucky you may be able to spot butterflies , kingfisher etc

Great place to sit and watch the world go past.
Written June 8, 2021
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C3cil3-C
4 contributions
Apr 2021
The park is out in middle f racy traffic roads. No fresh air here. You inhale all pollutants from vehicles.
Written May 8, 2021
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JKWD
Hong Kong, China438 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
The park is located near several luxury hotels and right in the heart of the CBD, among the skyscrapers which gives it a very special feel. The park is not big but is full of (free) attractions, such as a greenhouse, a bird aviary, a tea museum, a pond with crystal clear water, fountains and children playground etc. It is not difficult to spend hours there. Really an oasis in the city centre.
Written April 5, 2021
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Luk Fung Lin
4 contributions
Mar 2021
The Hong Kong Park is located at Hong Kong mid level just opposite the Island Shangri-La hotel. You just take a few minutes walk to arrive the Park. Although the park is not so big, it has waterfall, bird cage, tea-house museum and flower of different kind. Most people come to walk round to relax and take photos for fun.
Written March 19, 2021
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MissDetox
Sydney, Australia298 contributions
Feb 2020
It is a tranquil park in the middle of Hong Kong. If one gets tired of all the shopping and eating in Hong Kong this is a lovely place to have a quiet walk or to sit on a bench and watch the world go by. Definitely worth a stroll.
Written October 18, 2020
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Will L
Hong Kong, China51 contributions
Sep 2020
The park is a mini one but you can easily access via Central or Admiralty. It got a huge pool at the center and a restaurant inside. Good for a short walk in weekend
Written October 3, 2020
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom5,188 contributions
Aug 2020
This is a beautiful hidden oasis in the heart of Hong Kong. Even if you have limited time, it’s worth a visit. Entry is free and it’s very easy to get here.
The most striking feature is the contrast between the lush greenery, lily ponds and waterfalls of the park and the modern skyscrapers in the background. The gleaming Lippo towers and the iconic Bank of China buildings rising up above the park make for a dramatic contrast that is so typical of Hong Kong where the old and the new can sit side by side.
One of my favourite parts was the waterfall. A winding path leads you right behind it and again you can look out from behind the cascading water, across the park to the modern city skyline.
Other highlights are the aviary, the koi pond and the lake with turtles. At the moment, the lotus flowers are in bloom which attracts a number of photographers with heavy-duty cameras.
There are several preserved colonial buildings, the best of which is the Flagstaff House Tea museum. Entry to the museum is also free but its closed during the co-vid 19 pandemic so check the website first if you’re planning on going here.
There are level paths through the park which makes it very child and pushchair friendly. Seats are also dotted throughout.

GETTING THERE: From Admiralty MTR take Exit C. The easiest access is through the large Pacific Place shopping centre. Escalators beside Harvey Nicholls, run up to the park and bring you right to the entry.

ITINERARY – it’s very close to the zoo and botanic gardens and also the Peak tram so it’s easy to combine it with these activities.
Written September 8, 2020
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