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1. Tuen Mun Park

4.0 of 5 bubbles31
GardensNew Territories

SimplyFred
By SimplyFred
So many turtles tortoises and snakes. Today the crocodiles were missing, possibly on holiday.
PlaygroundsKowloon

76SimonH
By 76SimonH
Comfortable sitting areas and free Wi-Fi Internet access are available inside the playground. The day pass costs you...
GardensJordan / Yau Ma Tei

BradinHK
By BradinHK
King George V Memorial Park is a little known patch of green space just off Canton Road near Austin Station. This is...

4. Fung Tak Park

4.0 of 5 bubbles4
PlaygroundsKowloon
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TheOExpress
By TheOExpress
The first thing which struck us upon arriving was how spotlessly clean and well organised everything was, something...
PlaygroundsSheung Wan

AbbyW853
By AbbyW853
There are a lot of little thing toys and Thomas table. but my two girls like the kitchen area mostly. The playroom toys...

7. Wan Chai Park

3.5 of 5 bubbles5
Gardens

kpiddy
By kpiddy
In the park there is a community garden, toilet and change facilities, a fitness corner for the elderly, a smoking...
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TheOExpress
By TheOExpress
…especially when it’s raining and the playground you actually came to visit (‘Snoopyland’ upstairs) is too wet!! There...

9. Hutchison Park

3.5 of 5 bubbles3
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J4646VDmichaelk
By J4646VDmichaelk
Even though this park has an English name, it is actually a Chinese garden complete with ponds, bridges, and Chinese...

10. Bubble Football

4.5 of 5 bubbles2
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Mairwen1
By Mairwen1
It has play equipment, landscaped gardens and flowerbeds, an open grassy area, a pavilion and a handy (and clean...
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What travelers are saying

  • sorlo
    Hong Kong, China1,365 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A park with lots to do especially the Reptile House where my kids spent quite some time there amazed by the creatures that they don’t encounter much in their daily lives. It’s conveniently connected to the V City that we had lunch there after the morning at the park.
    Written August 26, 2023
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  • HKeater
    Singapore, Singapore32,614 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    A clean, safe environment for the kids to play. Anywhere that can entertain them for 3 hours is a good place.

    Good for parties too. For a price.
    Written December 17, 2016
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,730 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a small urban park situated east of Austin Station and west of Jordan Station on the Kowloon Peninsula. It is 1.5 acres in size and one of two parks in Hong Kong dedicated to King George V. The other is in Sai Ying Pun on Hong Kong Island. The Kowloon park was opened in 1941 and originally included a statue of King George V. However, it along with the park facilities were destroyed during the Japanese occupation.

    After WWII, traditional Chinese pavilion structures were built within the park grounds. You can also see a traditional Chinese style park entrance on the north side as well as some nice landscaping with wooden pavilion and grotto rock formations. Plenty of park benches with fair shade from the mature trees found within the park grounds. Football pitch and children's playground area round out the King George V Park in Kowloon.

    On the whole, it is a nice little urban park and opportunity for area residents to escape the busy street scenes on all sides. Worth a few minutes for a brief sit down if in the area and in need of a rest. Otherwise, you're not too far from the much larger and interesting Kowloon Park around 5 minutes walk south if this is what you are looking for.
    Written December 10, 2021
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,730 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fung Tak is a urban residential park along Funk Tak Road around halfway between Wong Tai Sin and Diamond Hill. It is just over 1 hectare in space and is open each day from 6am to 11pm.

    The park design is influenced by the Chinese novel "Journey to the West" (also known as Monkey King) and features traditional Chinese architecture (wall around park, pavilions, buildings and outdoor covered walkways) along with grotto rock formations, caves, cascading waterfalls. You'll also find expected park benches, pebble path, elderly exercise equipment, children's playground area, nice landscaping and public toilets.

    In the end, not a bad little urban park for local residents but probably not something many will go out of their way to see, especially considering that two of Hong Kong's very best and most beautiful parks and gardens are nearby in the Nan Lian Gardens (Diamond Hill) and the Kowloon Walled City Park (between Lok Fu and Sung Wong Toi).
    Written December 2, 2021
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  • TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
    Hong Kong, China5,835 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The first thing which struck us upon arriving was how spotlessly clean and well organised everything was, something which is not a given for children’s play areas in HK. For (I would say) one to four year olds, this is a superb spot for lots of different activities: huge ball pit, slides, climbing wall, kit gen and shop area, Disney karaoke and an amazing array of stuffed toys. Very easy to find off the bus or MTR too: the sign for the Eltee Building is lit up at all times.
    Written April 28, 2023
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  • Abby W
    Au, Switzerland1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    When we went to Hung Shing Temple we found it.
    I visited the playroom with my two girls.They are two and four years old. There are a lot of little thing toys and Thomas table. but my two girls like the kitchen area mostly. The playroom toys and floor are clean. We stayed there have fun 2 hours before our dinner.That's good place for us.

    PS:Don't forget to bring a sock.Must be sock on to go in.
    Written February 25, 2013
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  • DipuKV
    Pune, India3,125 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Located at a walkable distance from the Wan Chai station, Wan Chai Park is an oasis of greenery amidst the buildings of Wan Chai.
    Written June 26, 2024
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  • TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
    Hong Kong, China5,835 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    …especially when it’s raining and the playground you actually came to visit (‘Snoopyland’ upstairs) is too wet!! There are so many different areas for the kids to explore, not least the wonderful climbing zone in the middle with lots of slides and physically challenging parts to explore. Each little zone at the side, such as shop, garage, salon, cafe, and more, is so well designed and stocked. This place is genuinely amazing! Rather amusingly it also acts as a low-key advertising tool for Singapore as it has lots of cartoon images of famous areas in the city with WR codes which take you to…the ‘Visit Singapore’ page, which I found funny at least…
    Written July 5, 2023
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  • Michael K
    San Jose, CA1,108 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Even though this park has an English name, it is actually a Chinese garden complete with ponds, bridges, and Chinese pavilions. Even the buildings have Chinese curved roofs. There are also children's playground and exercise stations for seniors. It is a pleasant park just to stroll around.
    Written November 4, 2022
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  • Mairwen1
    United Kingdom11,031 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Whilst tourists wouldn't seek out this playground on its own, you will go right past it if you are walking up to the very highest point of the Peak. Most tourists don't go any further than the Peak tram but for those who want to explore further, Mt Austin Rd will take you to the summit. It’s a steep but steady walk which will take around 20 minutes.
    The park is about halfway which makes it a convenient resting point.
    It has play equipment, landscaped gardens and flowerbeds, an open grassy area, a pavilion and a handy (and clean) toilet block. There’s also seating around pretty fountain area if you need a rest. It’s all very well-kept and is a good stopping point if you have children with you.
    At the summit, you will find Victoria Gardens which provides more open area for kids as well as a couple of panoramic viewing platforms.
    Written March 24, 2021
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