Location: Located in the downtown of Kowloon Peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, it is one of the largest parks in Kowloon District. It has a large green forest and attracts a large number of birds. Apart from trees, Kowloon Park has many fountains, a bird lake and a Chinese courtyard. 2. Tour experience: generally speaking, it's quite good. This is the park that I came across accidentally. Originally, I went to Nathan Road to look for Jenny biscuits, but when I met them on the road, I went in and strolled. Many old people and tourists, flowers and plants, are suitable for relaxation, cool, temporarily away from the prosperity of the city.
Kowloon Park is located between Tsim Sha Tsui and Yau Ma Tei, on the west side of Nathan Road, with a long north-south and large area. The garden is shaded with trees and flowers. The square, lake, fountain and running water are beautiful and quiet. Hundred Birds Garden is a garden in which many kinds of parrots are kept for free tours and viewing. The functional areas of Kowloon Park are clearly divided. Children's playground, gymnasium, gymnasium and swimming pool are leisure and fitness places for local people. Kowloon Park, with such a large area and green space, is still reserved in the oil-rich areas with developed commerce and small land. It serves as a place for citizens, tourists, leisure and fitness. It admires the vision and courage of the Hong Kong government and praises it. [Suggestion] The opening of the park on Nathan Road is very small and needs to be carefully searched. I am tired of shopping. It's very comfortable to enter the park through the small gate and have a rest.
Kowloon Park, if you are in a hurry to go to Hong Kong with your children, then you must come here. It is at Tsim Sha Tsui Metro Station with Victoria Harbour. You can imagine the distance between them. There are many morning exercises grandmothers in the early park, as well as young people with various skin colors who run in the morning. The Park has complete facilities. There are lakes, birds, amusement facilities and so on. There's a swimming pool. That's what I found. Let's explore the rest.
Kowloon Park is located in Tsim Sha Tsui. It has the highest density of residents in Hong Kong, especially in Kowloon Peninsula. It is the lungs of downtown Hong Kong. Apart from various sports venues, footpaths and children's playgrounds, it has also made a lot of installation art, which is a good place to get quiet in the bustle.
For the first time in Kowloon Park, Hong Kong, I saw Park Tree, which was full of branches, leaves and pavilions. I thought of another budding Park Tree without scratching my head and gesture. I wanted to stretch my legs under the curtain of tall buildings, turn my neck and play with streams, and Flamingos of the other world.
The location of Kowloon Park is very good. It's near Milton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. In this commercial street, I shop in the morning and buy too many things. In order to go to battle in the afternoon, my wife first sends the trophies back to the hotel. I take my son to play in Kowloon Park. The park is medium-sized and takes about an hour to make a tour. After entering, there were several high fountains, then went to the Bird Garden, and took the children to play in the Children's Paradise. On the way back, we passed the Sculpture Square. On the way, we saw a swimming pool, a hill, we did not climb, and a mosque. The park is still very popular. It's very meaningful to come here for a rest when you're tired of shopping.
Kowloon Park is located in the downtown area of Nathan Road. It is the largest park in Kowloon District. It is free of charge. Unexpectedly, there are a lot of trees in the park, full of green eyes. It's really not easy in Hong Kong. Apart from large trees, there are fountains, lakes, Chinese courtyards and sculptures in Kowloon Park. There are many sceneries in the park. Unfortunately, we did not go deep into the park during the rainstorm that day. Kowloon Park is semi-surrounded by the Kowloon Mosque, and the upper and lower steps are interchangeable. Hong Kong Comic Starlight Avenue is also located in Kowloon Park. The steps are lifelike, naked-eye 3D paintings.