In a city brimming with skyscrapers, Hong Kong Park is an oasis of groomed flower beds and water features that provide an oasis from busy urban surroundings.
Having lived in Hong Kong, I’ve spent a lot of time taking advantage of the activities here.
The artificial lake is the highlight of the park. And, in my opinion, is what makes Hong Kong Park a relaxing place despite being surrounded by skyscrapers.
If you’d like to learn about Hong Kong tea culture, step into the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware. Another bonus is that admission is free.
If you follow the path along the artificial lake, you’ll come across a human-made waterfall. Although it’s only small, it’s quite beautiful and a great opportunity to snap a gorgeous photo as well as appreciate the well-designed park.
The concept of the park is to not only provide a space for playing, but it’s also designed to spark imagination and creativity.
The Peak Tram is arguably one of the most unique Hong Kong activities. And, of course, once you arrive at The Peak you’ll discover why it’s one of the best things to do in Hong Kong.