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Ice  Skating

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Hong  Kong  Park

A quiet oasis within a
modern city.

Directions
Enquiries

Located in Admiralty, in the
heart of the bustling city, Hong
Kong Park is an eight-hectare
green oasis boasting landscaped
gardens with ponds and a
waterfall, a greenhouse and an
aviary. Be sure not to get too
close to the birds. In fact, avoid
direct contact with them. The
park also boasts a visual arts
centre and the must-visit Flagstaff
House Museum of Tea Ware. It
is located right behind Pacific
Place shopping mall and is easily
accessed by public transport.

Admiralty MTR Exit C1, walk through
Pacific Place and follow signs to the
park.
+852 2521 5041

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Hong  Kong  Zoological
and  Botanical  Gardens
Opened to the public in 1864 after four years of
preparation, this garden is one of the world’s oldest
zoological and botanical centres. There are more than
1,000 species of plants beautifully displayed in the
gardens. The aviaries and spacious pens house about
500 birds, including American flamingos. By all means,
look, listen and enjoy the birds. To be on the safe side
however, avoid any direct contact with them. Besides
the aviary, your kids will also love seeing animals like
the buff-cheeked gibbon, jaguar, two-toed sloth and a
Borneo orang-utan.
Learn about wildlife
at the zoological and
botanical gardens.

Directions

Enquiries

Admiralty MTR
Exit C2 and take
a taxi to Albany
Road entrance.
+852 2530 0154

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Kowloon  Park
Repulse  Bay
Repulse Bay is an ideal place for the whole family! Its
delightful sandy beach is perfect for swimming, playing
or grabbing some rays. Nearby is The Repulse Bay, a
reconstruction of the Repulse Bay Hotel built in 1920.
The style of the original European architectural design is
retained creating a strong connection to past colonial styles.

The Park includes a Discovery Playground, theme
areas and open-air sculpture area, Chinese-style
garden and an indoor heated swimming pool. There’s
also the Sunday Kung Fu Corner with its martial arts
demonstrations and cultural performances, and where
visitors can learn a bit
A giant pool offers great fun for the family
of kung fu! Look for
the Arts Fun Fair selling
arts and crafts items,
traditional foods and
more – every Sunday
and on public holidays
from 1pm – 7pm at the
Loggia.

Repulse Bay is one of Hong Kong’s most popular beaches.

Directions
Enquiries

Hong Kong MTR Exit D, go to Exchange Square bus
terminus and take bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260.
+852 2812 2483 (Repulse Bay Beach)

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Directions
Enquiries

Tsim Sha Tsui
MTR Exit A1
+852 2724 3344

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地鐵及九鐵路線圖
MTR and KCR Rail Networks

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