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Hong Kong Park

Listed under Parks in Hong Kong, China.

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Supposedly Hong Kong Park is an eight hectare space of ‘outstanding example of modern design and facilities blending with the natural landscape’. The designers were certainly big on water features, waterfalls, streams and ponds are audible though most of parts of the park and the babbling is a perfect background for the tai chi happening in amongst the flower beds and palms. Parks are pretty popular public spaces for more than just tai chi in Hong Kong so if you’re visiting going out of hours will mean you have more space and quiet to yourself, but if you go on the weekends you might see some interesting sights.

Within the park’s parameters are Flagstaff House – a museum of Tea, Cassles Block – now the Hing Kong Visual Arts Centre, Rawlinson House – formerly the house of the British Deputy General, the Edward Youde Aviary and the Forsgate Conservatory.

Written by  World Reviewer Staff.

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