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Timings : 5:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Time Required : 1-2 hours

Entry Fee : No entry fee

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Kowloon Park, Hong Kong Overview

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong, Kowloon Park is one of the largest parks in the metropolitan. It is not your regular park, the arrangement and variety of flora here are globally known, housing some of the most stunning floral organizations with pristine flowers, bushes and what not. From active wildlife to majestic gardens with fountains, Kowloon Park is an oasis for peace and anyone looking to imbibe the tranquillity of nature.

The mesmerising Kowloon Park has a variety of gardens, aviaries and other well equipped, world-class facilitates making it one wholesome experience in itself. You can relax near Bird Lake, check out the professional level sports centre here, visit the museum, use the library and take a stroll around the outdoor area.

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Kowloon Park Attractions

Swimming Pool: The outdoor pool is great for swimming, especially during the hot summers.
The Discovery Park sits amidst cannons and turrets as former defense equipment which can now easily be used to for jumping around
Sculptures: One of the major highlights of Kowloon Park is the sculpture and art installations with some pieces at the Sculpture Walk and Sculpture Garden but also others scattered all along the park.      
Fountains: The sound of water is said to be euphoric and a pleasant hum to the ears, so the beautiful fountains and rainfalls along/inside the park can be good spots to sit near
Sports Centre: There is something for everyone’s interest beginning with the sports center with its enormous swimming pools, a very cool trampoline room, and a spectator stand.
Museum: There is a museum showcasing the evolution of Hong Kong and its rich history so the archaeological buffs may want to give it a look.

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Flora and Fauna At Kowloon Park

Kowloon Park has a spot of green no matter where you look at! As you enter and continue your journey inside the park, you will be amazed to see the Maze garden, will want to stop and smell the beautifully blooming roses as the Color Garden, take a moment to sit back and retrospect at the Roof Gardens as you watch the people from up there while being lost in your thoughts.

As you will walk along the Fitness trail and marvel at the trees in the Banyan Court, you’ll feel your headspace soar with a soothing high. Once you begin to get over this, there will be the infamous aviary and bird lake with pretty pink Flamingos moving around to zap your attention. There are over 90 birds known to be seen in the seven enclosures of the aviary, some exotic ones being like the Rhinoceros Hornbill, Red-tailed Cockatoo and Yellow Macaw among many others.

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Best Time to Visit

All times are a good time to visit places like this, however, since it is an open area mostly if the weather is pleasant during your time of visit then that’s a bonus. Other than that, a lot of additional/extra events and activities take place during the Chinese New Year, Sundays and public holidays so you if can plan your trip around those times, even better!


1. There are free Kung Fu and Lion dance performances/demonstrations that take place here every Sunday from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM so you may not want to miss that.
2. On Sundays and public holidays, there are several stalls selling traditional and classic Chinese handicrafts, calligraphy work and other souvenirs near the exits from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
3. Getting dogs, cycling, hawking, smoking, and bird feeding are not allowed in the park.

How To Reach Kowloon Park

Walking: From the Star Ferry, it is a 15-minute stroll up Nathan Road.

MTR- From the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR take Exit A which is next to the main entrance.
From MTR Jordan Station take Exit C, the Austin Road Entrance near Nathan Road would just be a walk of few minutes.
MTR Austin Station will also take you within a few minutes to the Austin Road entrance near Nathan Road by walking.

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