Super film [Hong Kong Kowloon Park] / with photo skills
some time to go to Hong Kong to play, live in the hotel next to the Kowloon Park
so I took my boyfriend to take pictures of me
did not expect Especially good in the super classic park! !
Because there are a lot of green plants around, there are scattered sun rays in the afternoon when the sun is shining, and the light is very good! !
and the park is not a weekend because there are not many people, no need to be shy
can wear sportswear to pinch a few large pieces ~
1 Go to the tree-lined path and find a place with good light. Just hold the shape
2 and bring a bottle of drink in your hand to create a feeling after exercise. It is natural
3 It is best to take a towel or a white coat and pretend to be yourself. A lot of sweat, hahaha, the photo will look very vivid
4 The roof of the garden in the Kowloon Park is very good, because the pink wall is very beautiful background
5 best around 4 pm Because the light at that time is softer, saving the trouble of the p picture later.
Dolphin Sunset is a walking distance from Kowloon Park. I enjoyed walking here especially in the afternoon where you can witness the sunset. Such an amazing spot to see the sun goes down. A romantic place for couples or lovers. #wintergetaway.
Kowloon Park is best for those nature lovers. The amazing garden is well maintained with so many plants and trees. Good for morning exercise, jogging or just stretching. Surprisingly, this park is surrounded by skyscrapers. It's a must-visit place in Tsim Sha Tsui. #wintergetaway.
Nice park. Lots of areas to suit the needs of many. However, keep in mind this park has been closed a number of times due to protests. The mosque that had some vandalism is on southern corner on Nathan Road. The police station where protests have occurred is on the northern end of the park on Nathan Road. The swimming complex is amazing and has extensive hours. The aviary has many beautiful birds.
Kowloon Park is a large public park in Tsim Sha Tsui. Compared to the hectic urban surrounding, the tranquillity of Kowloon Park washes over you like a mountain spring. This peaceful place was actually once an army fortress that was handed over by the military for public use in 1970. For some relaxation, head to the Chinese Garden, which comprises a two-tier lotus pond linked by a rock cascade. While there, be sure to look out for terrapins basking in the sun. Don’t let a rainy day put you off from visiting. Listening to the rain falling on the foliage from the park’s 200 m long sheltered walkway is pure bliss. Finally, you won't want to miss the Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars featuring statues of characters from Hong Kong comics.