Seek adventure and step out of the city and into some of HK’s best parks, museums, beaches, attractions and islands.
In memory of Dr San Yat Sen, one of the major influences in the Chinese revolution, this park has a chime tower, a courtyard and children’s play area with monuments to the park’s famous namesake.
Set in 23 acres of diversified habitats with abundant wildlife there is a mangrove swamp, lagoons, streams, fresh water pond and woodland. Good for bird watching and the setting is beautiful.
Large parks with great views of Tolo harbour and beyond. Facilities include gardens, amphitheatre, playgrounds, and jogging track.
Victoria Park has plenty of space to run about as well as three different playgrounds and numerous toilets. It’s the location for numerous cultural events throughout the year and a popular spot on Sunday’s for helpers enjoying their day off.
Walk in Hong Kong offers fun and informative walking tours by showcasing the colourful local stories, past and present, in all their gritty, quirky glory. Besides public walks, Walk in Hong Kong offers tailor-made programmes such as city orienteering, corporate outings and school activities. Tours are available in 3 languages: English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
With a cycling track, jogging paths and an amazing view of the city from a different angle, West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade is an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of the every day.
YellowKorner is a gallery that wishes to provide an outlet for expression for talents from various movements in photography. YellowKorner was created in 2006 by two friends, Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briate, bothe passionate about photography since childhood. Their idea is to make art photography accessible for all and as such offers high-quality prints in …
The place to go to see the Chinese tradition of keeping caged song birds.