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About Victoria Park, Hong Kong
Originally a refuge from typhoons, this place was converted into a beautiful park in the 1950s. Great to stop and take a breath in the bustling city, this park is quite popular with locals. You will find locals doing their tai chi here as others catch up with friends and family in excited banter. There are opportunities for sport and leisure here, with the park having facilities of a basketball court, football pitches and tennis courts too. You can choose to take a walk here or just meditate in the calmness of this oasis. Avoid this place on the weekends if you are not comfortable with crowds.
Victoria Park Information
- Make sure you don’t pluck any flowers.
- Avoid littering around the park.
Victoria Park Tickets Prices
- Entry is free.
Victoria Park Opening and Closing Hours
- The park is open for 24 hours. You can visit the park any time of the day.
How To Get To Victoria Park by Public Transport
- By bus: Route 2, 5, 8, 10, 19, 23, 25 (From HK Island west); Route 2, 8, 10, 19, 23, 77, 99 (From HK Island east); Route 102, 106, 112, 116 (From Kowloon), Route 170 (From Shatin), Route 680 (From Ma On Shan), Route 692 (From Hang Hau), Route 948From Tsing Yi (Cheung On)
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Truly an impressive modern park, rigorously kept up to modern standards like a five-stars hotel in operation. There is basic greenery, children playgrounds, different size tennis courts, basketball courts, football courts, etc., and even an Olympic size swimming pool, providing everything round the clock service. All the flat courts are sometimes flattened or grounded, or grouped, depending upon what grounds are needed, or required by different groups of people for however long, or until some prescribed time. All this works almost magically so that Victoria Park can service as many people as possible without unnecessary interruptions.
It is one of the largest public parks in Hong Kong. Like 24 hours McDonald, it opens 24 hours a day. There are many places for people to have fun. You can see some backpackers stay here and chat overnight. Some do not want to pay money to stay at hostels and choose to go to the opposite Causeway Bay sports ground to have a warm shower instead. This Park is very close to Causeway Bay and Tin Hau subway station.
The best park in town, the whole place is lush with different species of tree and grass, and is well maintained by gardeners A great place to relax, stroll, jog and have a picnic. Facilities are comprehensive as well: tennis courts, soccer fields, basketball courts and swimming pools you name it. Across the footbridge you'll reach the Central Library where you can find all categories of book However the park is always crowded during Sunday's and public holidays, as it'll be taken over by domestic maids
The park is wide and very clean. I got there during the night so there wasn't a crowd but there were joggers along the jogging rail and a group of people doing exercise. The park looks quite romantic at night.
It's the best park on Hong Kong Island. Different Festive Fairs are held in the park regularly.
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