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Victoria Park, Hong Kong Overview

Victoria Park Hong Kong is situated along Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island. It is a park that is recognized as a public prime location. The park dedicated to Queen Victoria of the British Empire, as evident by its name, is a region dominated by cooling greenery.

The park creates a contrast to the hustle-bustle of it surrounding urban area, and is often chosen as a spot of relaxation after a tiring shopping spree. Victoria Park is also a haven for the athletic, providing spectacular sports facilities which are regularly renovated and improved.

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Features of Victoria Park

On entering the park, one encounters a large, life-like statue of Queen Victoria. This structure originally meant to be placed at Statue Square was brought to Victoria Park in 1952. This may serve as the ideal spot for photographs!

Victoria Park is a proud host of prestigious, international tennis tournaments including the Hong Kong Tennis Classic and the Hong Kong Open, also known as the Salem Open.

The Victoria Park Swimming Pool was established in 1957 and served among some of the first public swimming facilities in the area. The pool has been renovated to include a indoor complex and a system for adjusting depth as per requirement, all set to meet international calibre.


Victoria Park in Hong Kong offers several sports facilities including tennis courts, a swimming pool, a bowling turf, basketball courts and football pitches among others. There are also playground areas specialized to stimulate children’s imagination and a central lawn, popular for several leisure activities such as relaxing Tai Chi classes. Small pools of water in an around the park are spots for the favorite pastime of operating remote-controlled boats, what a treat!

Best Time to Visit

The best time to pay a visit to Victoria Park is at the time of events such as political gatherings (June 4th), tennis tournaments and the Lunar New Year Fair (January / February), as well as on Sundays to witness the workings of a city forum.

How To Reach Victoria Park

Victoria Park located near to various major shopping malls can be found easily.
One may access the park by the following MTR routes:
a) Take MTR to Causeway Bay Station, then take Exit E. Walk along Great George Street toward the park.
b) Take MTR to Tin Hau Station, then take Exit A2. Take a left at the exit and walk on a straight path toward the park.

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