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Every Sunday this place is packed with domestic workers on their day off and it’s often really busy at other times of the year too, such as for the Lunar New Year flower market or a series of other events. There are pretty parts and...More
Situated in Causeway Bay, Victoria Park is a big, open public area awash with sporting facilities and its famed statue of Queen Victoria. To us, on the day, the saving grace was the Chinese New Year Market situated on the edge. Mainly targeted at children...More
Victoria Park has been around for a long time at the Eastern edge of Causeway Bay towards Tin Hau.
It's a favorite place of special gatherings/exhibitions such as the HK Trade Show at the end of each year and the Lunar New year flower show...More
In some ways - good ones - Victoria Park is engagingly British. We know the noon gun isn’t, strictly speaking, IN the park, but the whole clipped, ritualised performance a couple of hundred metres away was (is) engaging. There is a bandstand, but we only...More
Not much to see in this park ! A lot of noise because of ongoing demolition/construction in the vicinity ! A lot of sports activities : tennis fields , bowling green... and playgrounds for children - not much for tourists/visitors ! And the park is...More
The most notable aspect of the Victoria park is the fountain as you enter the park. There are park benches surrounding the park for people to sit and read or chill out. Be warned it is in the city and surrounded by cars and buses...More
This park is just around the corner from us and we decided to check it out. Bigger then we expected and it’s beautiful. Lots of people out jogging and exercising at all hours. Many people practicing tai chi and yoga which was interesting to see....More
We stayed at the South China hotel in North Point so it was a 20 minute walk to Victoria Park (probably less if we took the tram but it was fun to do the walk). It is quite a relaxing area with plenty of places...More
Had visited area in the past before it was turned into a so-called park. Actually more like a great concrete plaza with tennis courts etc. but still a very welcome place to wonder in a mostly concrete jungle. The weather was beautiful and we enjoyed...More
Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centers of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of
buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.
Sorry nobody answered your question and perhaps you have already visited Hong Kong. Just wanted to let you know that this is a listing for Victoria Park not a hotel. As such, there will be no free shuttle... More
Sorry nobody answered your question and perhaps you have already visited Hong Kong. Just wanted to let you know that this is a listing for Victoria Park not a hotel. As such, there will be no free shuttle service from the park to the airport. Do contact your hotel directly to to find out best means for travel to/from the airport, if you are still researching your trip to Hong Kong.
Reaching Kolkata in 3 hours. Have 24 hours.wish to have a lightning visits to TA suggestion places. Mother house, eden,Kali,Eco,Bridge,college st,Victoria, park st. Pls put them into two or three groups area wise...so that one by one i can cover it. Thanks
March 08, 2018|
Park St., Victoria Memorial and Eden Gardens can be clubbed together. Mother House is also not very far from Park St. So, you can start with Mother House, then Park St., Victoria Memorial and then Eden Gardens. College St. is in central Kolkata, you can go there from Eden Gardens. Not sure what you meant by Kali, Eco and Bridge. Kalighat is in south Kolkata, while Dakshineshwar is in north, quite far apart from each other. If Eco means Eco Park, then that is also far off in Rajarhat -...More
Do you need ticket to see big Buddha/Polin monastery? (15 Replies)
I am in TST for few days. Do you need any tickets to see big Buddha? I am scared of heights so I am not taking the cable car for 25 mins. I am reading some comments by some saying the alternate way to get to the statue and Polin monastery is by a bus? If yes, can I use MTR octopus card to pay for the bus ride round trip? If the octopus card won't work on this bus, where do I buy the bus pass? If I am going by the bus, I don't have to purchase any tickets ? I am with my wife and son and we...More
January 04, 2016|
I will certainly be corrected if wrong, but I am sure that last August I rode the bus to Big Buddha using my MTR octopus card. You can visit the Po Lin Monastery and outside area of Big Buddha without any ticket. If you want to see the rooms inside the Big Buddha structure, you need to buy a meal ticket to eat at Po Lin Monastery. Signs explaining this and sale points are easy to find. My observation was that most people do not go into the three floors below Big Buddha. There are 268 stairs...More
Ask recommendation 1 day trip itinerary (5 Replies)
I will trip to HKG (kowloon harbour) from Macau (outer). Depart at around 9.30/11 and go back home at 22.30 Since my mom asks it spontaneously so I'm quite confused and dont have enough time to do some researches for everything. We want to go/see: 1. Victoria Park 2. Watching Hong Kong skyline from tsim sha shui promenade at 8.00 p.m. But I dont have any other ideas/places to go for the rest. ps. I still havent bought ticket since it's not clear enough. Maybe you have some...More
September 20, 2017|
When you say go back home at 22:30, do you mean going back to Macau? Or are you taking a flight out? Victoria Park (in Causeway Bay) is not a top priority sight for most tourists. Victoria Peak is. If you want to go to the Peak first, you should take the ferry to Sheung Wan (Macau Ferry Terminal) instead of Tsim Sha Tsui (China Ferry Terminal). From Sheung Wan, you can walk to Pier No. 5 and catch bus 15 to the Peak. For ideas of what to see, check out the Must See/Do FAQ. Or visit...More