Tiger Balm Garden, Hong Kong

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Tiger Balm Garden, Hong Kong

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Tiger Balm Gardens are public gardens that existed or continue to exist in three East Asia locations. They are also known as Haw Par Villa gardens. All three Tiger Balm Garden locations were built by the Aw family (Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par). They were created to promote the Tiger Balm products produced by the family. The original garden was located in Hong Kong but is now closed. The second is in Singapore, and a third is in Fujian province of Mainland China. The gardens contain statues and dioramas depicting scenes from Chinese folklore, legends, history and illustrations of various aspects of Confucianism.


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Tiger Balm Garden, Hong Kong Reviews - Write a Review

  • A rare piece of gem in the urban HK, a legendary owner with the once most popular garden specially designed to Chinese in HK.

  • It once opened to public, with beautiful garden and arrays of sculptures depicting underworld from Chinese myth.

  • The garden was torn down years ago. Google just failed to up date.

  • Nice place

  • Horrible place, all closed!

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