"Hong Kong Park" Hong Kong Park (Admiralty) Tip by Willettsworld

Hong Kong Park (Admiralty), Hong Kong: 56 reviews and 137 photos

 
 

The aptly named Hong Kong Park is one of the islands largest parks covering an area of 80,000 mē. It is located off Cotton Tree Drive near the Admiralty MRT station and was opened in 1991. Like other parks in Hong Kong, it is surrounded by skyscrapers but this doesn't distract from just how nice the park is. It features a few historical buildings such as Flagstaff House which dates from 1846 and is now home to the Museum of Teaware, Rawlinson House which used to be the former house of the British Deputy General and Wavell House, former quarters for married British officers as well as Hong Kong's largest aviary - the Edward Youde Aviary. The park is also very popular for married couples to have their pictures taken against flower borders and water features whilst wearing their white wedding outfits.

Open: 6am-11pm.

Address: Hong Kong Island
Phone: 852 2521 5041
Website: http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/parks/hkp/en/index.php

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Oct 7, 2008
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