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In the sea of concrete that is HK. This garden offered some relief from the hurley burley. It was interesting to learn about the history of the site and to see what has been created from it. Nice planting and layout and nice to see...More
The park was originally the site of the historic Walled City, of which a few relics still remain on the site, most notably the former south gate of the apartment complex. The area is easily walkable in just under a few hours with older and...More
This formal Chinese park is located on the site of the notorious Kowloon Walled City, where vice and crime was the norm in the 70's. The area was demolished and this park put in its place. Great installations, water features, exhibits and interpretive pieces (including...More
The old slums of the walled city have been replaced by lovely gardens with great displays of the history of the site. Most impressive were the projection rooms in the central Yamen or old mission offices. Great to stand in a projection and see your...More
We visit here during an afternoon 2–4pm having arrived by bus and had no concerns about our safety at that time.
The Kowloon Walled City park has been created in the space occupied by the old Kowloon Walled City which during the 1960’s to late...More
The park was built on the site that used to be the lawless walled city left behind by Qing officials when Kowloon was leased to Britain in the 19th century. The exhibits and relics give you a peek into what life was like there back...More
The walled city dates back to the 1840's while the park is established in 1990's. It is a charming and very relaxing park due to its layout, size, retention of old artefact and the Suzhou style Gardens design. It's complete with a very well done...More
Lovely peaceful place to visit and interesting too .
I walked there from Kowloon Tong MTR, but you can go to Diamond Hill and walk from there.
It’s free to go in and there are lots of pictures that tell the story of its history...More
This place I have wanted to visit since I learned it in school. It was the place of the most densily populated place in the world with something like 50'000 people per square km... Now lays a really nice and peacefull park in memory of...More
This park was once part of the notorious Kowloon Walled City. It is now a nice Chinese garden with a small historical corner dedicated to the City. A good place to escape the crowd and enjoy half a day.