Kowloon Park, Hong Kong

Kowloon Park was just a short walk from our hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui.  The park itself is large and made up of a number of distinct areas you can explore.  From the sculpture park where we sat and watched people doing tai chi to a public swimming pool, children’s playground and even a free museum.

We actually spent a good few hours at the park and also returned a couple of times to just sit, watch the people go by and use the free wifi in the park.

There is also a small, free museum in the park.  The Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre.  This is well worth a visit if you have a spare hour or so for a small taste of the history of Hong Kong.  I did a short blog post on their Ming Dynasty room and its link to Disney.

This McDonald's booth seemed to sell only icecreams and sundaes - not something I have seen before
This McDonald’s booth seemed to sell only icecreams and sundaes – not something I have seen before.  Not a burger in sight.
There are a large number of ducks, swans and other water fowl in the park.  Mum got particularly excited about this Black-necked Swan as she's never seen one in person before.
There are a large number of ducks, swans and other water fowl in the park. Mum got particularly excited about this Black-necked Swan as she’d never seen one in person before.
There were some cool sculptures in the Sculpture Park
There were some cool sculptures in the Sculpture Park
A little hard to tell from this photo but those are flamingo in the middle of the photo...
A little hard to tell from this photo but those are flamingo in the middle of the photo…
Amazing roots on the Ficus trees through the park
Amazing roots on the Ficus trees through the park
A Canadian Totem Pole, which was a gift from Canada
A Canadian Totem Pole, which was a gift from Canada
A rose garden
A rose garden
Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre is a free museum in the park and well worth a visit.
Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre is a free museum in the park and well worth a visit.
The rules at the park entrance/exit.
The rules at the park entrance/exit.

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You may also like to check out my post about Hong Kong Park and Zoo.

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