Kowloon Park- What You Need to Know Before Going

Kowloon Park- What You Need to Know Before Going

Hong Kong the administrative region of China is not only an administrative site but also offers stunning viewpoints that bring you away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Although Hong Kong and its nearby regions are a big source of these outing activities Kowloon Park is the best one. The Park surrounding an area of about 13.4 hectares is a large public park in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Hong Kong. The management of this park is under the Leisure and Cultural Service Department. The park hosts playgrounds, Sculptures, and fitness facilities along with the fauna and flora. Let’s discuss all these facilities thoroughly in a sequence.

Kowloon Park Facilities

As earlier we mentioned that the park facilitates the tourists as well as locals along the flora and fauna playgrounds and many more.

Flora and garden

Besides a green sitting area, Kowloon Park offers a tree walk located next to the Rose Garden. You will also see some Stone Wall Trees on the walls adjacent to the Aviary Pond in Kowloon Park. The park did not provide too many greenery grounds for camping or some other purpose. Half split among garden and concrete, you will find a Decorative Chinese Pagoda and a small lake.

Avenue of Comic Stars

Near the Park Lane Shopper Boulevard entrance point. Avenue of Comic Stars carries statues of characters from Hong Kong comics ranging from 1960 to 2010. This worth vising site was opened in 2012. You will find here 24 figurines of local cosmic characters along with 10 bronze handprints of local cosmic artists.

Aviary Kowloon Park

Although Bird Lake has bird species the Aviary area of Kowloon Park also carries almost 100 species of wild birds. Different trails including the conservation corner, color garden, Chinese garden, and fitness trails are the ideal spots for bird exploration.

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Sports Facilities

The indoor sports center along with the Swimming complex is the heavily used area in Kowloon Park serving almost 2000 swimmers daily. You will find here four indoor heated pools of which one is an Olympic-size 50-meter main pool, two training pools of 25 meters each, and a diving pool of 20 meters. Outdoor, there are leisure pools of different shapes linked together through waterfalls, circular padding pools, and sunbathing areas. Due to the best swimming pool in Hong Kong, different international-level events are also held there.

How to get to Kowloon Park?

For those who are staying in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Park is accessible by a short walk away. From any other corner of Hong Kong, take Tsim Sha Tsui MTR, whose Exit A will lead you towards the edge of the park. Entry into the park is free of cost from almost 5 am to midnight for tourists and locals.

About Bashir Shaheen

Bashir Ahmad shaheen here, and I am a storyteller. Despite not being a professional tour guide, I am thrilled to share and write about the fun things to do in Hong Kong, the untold stories & even my personal observations.

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