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Victoria Park

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Victoria Park

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No.1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong China
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Tin HauMass Transit Railway (MTR)5 min
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This is a prepaid redemption voucher. Please take MTR Tung Chung Line, walk out from Exit A, Tung Chung Station, walk for 10 minute (700m) to Cable Car Tung Chung Station, then go to Fast Lane Counter at ticketing<br>office. Show your redemption voucher, collect a fast entry paper ticket and access the group entry to skip the line. Round trip cable car ride is included. Your E-ticket is an open ticket, valid for 6 month from your selected travel date.
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BradJill wrote a review Mar 2020
Hong Kong, China132,946 contributions23,917 helpful votes
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Victoria Park is a large scale city park in Causeway Bay. It was built upon the reclaimed grounds of the old typhoon shelter in the 1950s and given a major make-over in the early 2000s. These days, it serves as an important leisure and recreation grounds throughout the year as well as a venue location for major events including an annual Flower Market for Chinese New Year. Victoria Park is laid out with tennis courts, basketball courts, swimming pool, running paths and tree lined walkways with flower beds. There are artificial pools for remote control boats, large fountain on the west end of the park as well as a statue of Queen Victoria on the southern entrance to the park. You can reach Victoria Park by way of Ding Ding when it runs along Causeway Road or by way of MTR, closest station being Tain Hau Station just northeast of the park.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Fouregas wrote a review Dec 2019
United States5,120 contributions410 helpful votes
Opening date 10th till end of December. Occupying part of the normally sedated Victoria Park, this year it's less crowded because of the unrest over the last 6 months. Hopefully it will gain some audiences as the holidays roll in. Food, shopping, promotional deals...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rich Law wrote a review Jul 2019
Melbourne, Australia20 contributions24 helpful votes
Victoria Park is a wonderful place to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown HK for 30 minutes to an hour. I love how there is regular tai chi going on in the park, which adds to the sense of peace vs the chaos outside. The statue of Queen Victoria is impressive, as are the flowers.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Marco F wrote a review Jul 2019
Ribeirao Preto, SP548 contributions122 helpful votes
Right at Cause Way Bay, surrounded by sky scrapers of all sorts, shops, hotels, there is this magnificent park with lush vegetation, marked trails for jogging of walking, areas for sports, sitting and just relaxing. Toilets, water fountains available in different parts. Excellent option for exercise, specially if you are staying near by. Do not miss it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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AHG wrote a review Jul 2019
7 contributions16 helpful votes
running trail, beautiful horse sculptures, some fitness equipment, interesting vegetation, acupressure trail. avoid on weekends when tens of thousands Indonesian domestics in burkas completely fill the park.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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