As far as local parks are concerned, there are lawn fountains, which do not have any special features. However, in a place like Hong Kong, where there is an inch of land, it is very rare to have a large green space for walking, walking and picnicking. There are many pigeons in the park. They are not afraid of people. They especially like to be close to people. It's the Spring Festival. The New Year flower market beside the park is very busy and crowded. It turned out that the flower market is a fair and fair.
Victoria Park's New Year's Eve Flower Market is very busy. We just stayed in a hotel near the park after we arrived in Hong Kong on February 2. Every morning, morning and evening, we passed through the park. Every time we saw the crowds gathering in the park square, we followed the crowd into the park at night to explore it. All kinds of flowers were very popular. Unfortunately, we couldn't express them home! Hong Kong people really like flowers. Almost everyone who comes out of the park has a bunch of flowers or a pot of flowers. The most exaggerated thing is to see some people carrying home a big peach tree full of budding peach blossoms. This is to take the peach blossom luck and return home with a villa?! Half of the park is a flower market and the other half is a stall selling small commodities and delicacies. Sellers and music strive to promote their own goods. Many of these sellers look very young. Probably students bring creative products for sale. This is the practice stand. Maybe there will be a great God in the future. Who knows, everything is possible! ___________ The flower market is not over until early morning. It's very busy for people to come in and out again. If you are lonely in Hong Kong, come and visit Victoria Park.
Victoria Park is the largest park in Hong Kong. It was founded in 1955 and named after Queen Victoria of England. It is located in Xingfa Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Tickets are free and open all day. The traffic is good with the subway line. The park has a large area, elegant environment, fresh air and unique planning. A bronze statue of Queen Victoria stands at the entrance to the South Gate of the park. The park is covered with trees and grass. The activity areas include basketball courts, football courts, fitness courts, tennis courts, skating courts, swimming pools, children's playgrounds, sightseeing areas and leisure pavilions. There are many activities in it. It's a park for recreation.
Built in front of the Victoria Park in 1955, there is a beautiful Victoria Harbour and the Central Library is the largest park in the city centre of Hong Kong. Entering from the South Gate, you can see Queen Victoria's bronze statue in Causeway Bay two nights ago. You can only see the bright lights in the park. You can see the bright lights in the park. Because in the preparatory stage, all the bright and lovely lanterns are surrounded by many tourists standing outside the rope to take pictures and wish the People's Republic of China a happy 68th anniversary of the National Day.
From the University of Hong Kong, take a bus to Central, then take a tram all the way to Causeway Bay, and then walk for 10 minutes to Victoria Park. On the way, a roast goose meal at a wax shop was delicious and delicious. Many Hong Kong people in the park exercise, not too big, the environment is good, there are many pigeons in the small square, when there are free people to take something to eat, you can feed the pigeons, let the mind of a few days of rampage rest.
Get up early to visit Hong Kong's Morning View, Victoria Park, Central Library, busy wharf, and a touch of pink and tender in the evergreen bush. Vigorous Victoria Park, Filipino servants, Muslim communities, remote-controlled motorboats, demonstrations, Taekwondo children... It's a microcosm of society.
Every Sunday in Victoria Park, there will be Victoria Park Fair. Last week I saw their evening market. I felt very good, and there were singing performances. I bought 50 free drinks. I like the feeling there. The market is also rich in things, are all hand-made products, I heard that their Mr. August you have time is seven o'clock, to September will become the evening market, the end of the evening at 9 o'clock, if I come next time, I will go there to visit it, a more distinctive feeling!
In other words, Hong Kong's largest park, when it first entered the park, it looked old and did not feel how big the park was. Along the way, I felt that the park was really big, and a variety of children's entertainment facilities, swing, skateboarding and so on. All kinds of infrastructure are also perfect, very happy with the water dispenser, feel natural and vibrant. Crossing the park is Victoria Harbour. It's daytime, so it's beautiful. It's not far from the subway station. It's good on the whole.