Victoria Park
Opening Hours: 
All Day
Causeway Bay station - Exit E; Tin Hau station - Exit A
1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
+852 2890 5824

Opened in 1957, Victoria Park is the largest public park on Hong Kong Island. It occupies an area of 19 hectares and was named after the statue of Queen Victoria, which is located at the main entrance of the park on Causeway Road. It is strategically located in Causeway Bay and if you are in the area, you can easily find it.
Many people, especially local workers, spend their leisure time at the park. This is because of the attractive sites and other facilities of the area, which include the statue of Queen Victoria, located at the main gate of the park, bandstand, central lawn and walking trail. Also, there are a large number of sports facilities, such as 2 lawn bowl green, 14 tennis courts, swimming pool complex, 600-meter trail, soccer pitches, basketball courts and children playgrounds. Tennis is the most adored game and many people gather at the park to enjoy international competitions such as Hong Kong Open and Hong Kong Classic.
Besides, there are many events which take place at Victoria Park on yearly basis, including Lunar New Year fair and Hong Kong flower show.

Admission: Free.
Getting There
Hot to get there. Visitors can easily get to the park by any kind of public transport. Take the MTR and get to the Causeway Bay MTR station. Get out of the station through Exit E and turn left. Take a walk 200 meters along Great George Street. Cross the road and you are at the park. If you are in the north part of Hong Kong Island, you can take a tram and get off on Causeway Road. The trams stop opposite the main entrance of the park.
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Note: The information above is for reference only and is subject to change without prior notice. Please, visit official website or contact directly to confirm all rates and details, before planning your trip.