Natural Beauty and Recreation

Hong Kong features a wide range of sites, parks and gardens that serve as tourist destinations for the better part of the year. Its parks and gardens are well kept, and are ideal for different occasions; they are perfect places where you can go for relaxation with your family or in a group.
There are a large number of country parks and special areas that occupy almost 40 percent of Hong Kong's land area; these country parks are nice places for hiking. Another good thing is that some of them are situated in mountains and ridges, thereby giving you a chance to view different parts of the city.
The urban areas of Hong Kong have plenty of public parks and gardens - "green islands". They offer an extensive range of recreational and sports facilities.
Hong Kong Park, Wan Chai, HK Island
19 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, HK Island
Hong Kong Park is one of the best parks with beautiful attractions. It covers almost 20 acres of land and is exclusively designed to provide a beautiful environment for both educational and leisure purposes, to locals and foreigners. This is one of those parks where you get an amazing experience with nature due to its incredible landscape. Read More ...
Hong Kong Wetland Park
Wetland Park Road, Tin Shui Wai, New Territories
Many people, when they think of Hong Kong, think of a sprawling urban landscape with a vibrant nightlife. While this is true of one aspect of this fascinating place, there's also a side to Hong Kong that's focused more on natural beauty, and on preserving the beautiful wetlands that are Hong Kong's natural habitat. Located in the area of Tin Shui Wai, the Wetland Park is one of the most interesting ecotourism destinations. Read More ...
Kowloon Park
Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
If you are looking for a place to relax from hustle and bustle of the city or play with kids then Kowloon Park is the destination. It covers an area of about 13,5 hectares in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The park was officially opened in 1970 and in 1989 it was redeveloped at a cost of $300 million. In other words, the Kowloon Park is an indicator of regional economic development. Read More ...
Nan Lian Garden
60 Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Kowloon
Located in the Diamond Hill area, Nan Lian Garden is built in the Tang Dynasty style. The garden occupies an area of about 35,000 square meters (3.5 hectares), and every piece of land, rocks, trees and water is placed according to rules of Tang style. It is designed in a one-way circular route manner and adjacent to the Chi Lin Nunnery by a bridge and is surrounded by the high-rise buildings. Read More ...
Victoria Park
1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
If you plan a trip to take a break from your hectic day to day operations, then one of the places your should visit is Hong Kong. It has a lot of attractive sites and tourist spots, and you will enjoy your presence. Causeway Bay is one of the favorite areas in the city, and has the largest public park on the island, Victoria Park. The park is centrally located and has a lot of sports and recreation facilities. Read More ...