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Victoria Park, Hong Kong

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#14 of 152 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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  • Victoria Park is a large scale city park in Causeway Bay. It was built upon the reclaimed grounds of the old typhoon shelter in the 1950s and given a major make-over in the early 2000s. These days...  more »
  • Opening date 10th till end of December. Occupying part of the normally sedated Victoria Park, this year it's less crowded because of the unrest over the last 6 months. Hopefully it will gain some...  more »
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  • Victoria Park is the most popular and connected leisure park which consist of various versatile recreational facilities and can be used as big scaled gathering places and show rooms. This park is in some way comparable to the Botanical and Zoological Garden both of these are situated on the Hong Kong Island. A fine and good spot indeed which is worthy of frequent visits to enjoy the open air !
  • Very local bustling park and recreation area. Sundays more or less taken over by the domestic helpers from Indonesia. Early mornings happen group dancing and Tai chi exercise, mainly by more senior people. Definitely worth a stroll to take in the activities happening.

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