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Victoria Park, Hong Kong

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#15 of 143 in Parks in Hong Kong
In the city center of Hong Kong island, Victoria Park serves as a hub for culture, athletics, and history. Active visitors may use the tennis courts, swimming pool, bowling green, basketball courts, football pitches, and playgrounds. Hobbyists often take their remote-controlled boats to drive them on pools of water throughout the park, too. Look for the famous statue of Queen Victoria at the main entrance on Causeway Road in addition to other figures. This attraction also provides the stage of many large events like political gatherings, the City Forum each Sunday, and art and culture exhibits. Work out when and for how long to visit Victoria Park and other Hong Kong attractions using our handy Hong Kong online trip maker .
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  • I am Indonesian. I met many Indonesian domestic workers on Sunday morning. They were talked each others, breakfast, bunch, worship, etc. Many times I heard Javanese language. Mostly they were Javanese...  more »
  • The most anticipated day of spring is the annual flower Show, once you can appreciate all kinds of flowers and each exhibition unit also spent a lot of thought! The annual flower sea must attract every photographer love and the big children, this year has a lot of favorable position to shoot, you can make a beautiful scene
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  • This public park is located in the area of Causeway, to the North of the island of Hong Kong and is named in honor of the British Queen Victoria. It is the largest island and different public events are held.
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  • Lovely park with lots of basketball and tennis courts. Public restrooms available. Play structure is great for kids. Not the greatest city park but a wonderful escape, especially if you wander down one of the tree-lined paths. You will definitely find an empty bench and a quiet path.
  • A very large park and convenient to travel to. You can travel to here by bus, by the MTR, almost every kind of transportation. It has several parks inside and has many facilities such as football courts, tennis courts, swimming pools and so on. It has wheelchair accessible entrances and a parking space. The air is pretty fresh and there are greens all over. A brilliant place to bring your children. Or if you just want to do some sports and move your body, you can come here too. It provides many facilities for people to enjoy themselves and most importantly of all, most of them are free! (Except swimming pool and tennis court)
  • Located in the vibrant Causeway Bay area, the Victoria Park is the largest public park with several sport facilities. There are basketball courts and football pitches. There's a indoor swimming pool located at the east side, which it operates even in winter. It's a great park worth for a visit either you're a tourist or a local.
  • A very nice park to roam around. Locals often attend special exhibitions such as Chinese New Years festivities here. Close to Causeway Bay MTR and the Time Square Area if you wanted to explore the more urban side a bit.
  • Very nice park. Good place to relax. Flower festival was happening when I was there during CNY.

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