Victoria Park - Hongkong
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Directions to Victoria Park
You would know you are in Victoria Park already once you see Queen Victoria of Britain's statue by the main entrance along Causeway Road. This huge park is open 24 hours, which may be is the reason why it has become a venue of many events and daily activities.
Victoria Park boasts of a lot of facilities in its tree-lined avenues. It has a central lawn, jogging and fitness trails, pebble walking foot massage trail, fountains, pavilions, model boating lake, landscaped themed gardens, swimming pool and children's play areas.
This big set of features makes it the perfect place to do any activity that interests you. Indonesian and Filipino domestic helpers love to meet here and chat with their friends during their day offs. At night, locals and tourists use this place to exercise Tai Chi.
Sports enthusiasts are very welcome in this park too, because it has a roller skating rink, squash court, bowling, football pitches, a 3,600 seat stadium for tennis tournaments, and basketball courts. A handball court is being built as well which is estimated to be completed by the end of 2012.
Religious events, festivals, and concerts are often held here. There is a giant video screen overlooking a fountain pool and piazza that are specially utilized during concerts and festivals. The park is also the yearly venue of Hong Kong Flower Show, Hong Kong Brands and Products Expo, and the Lunar New Year Fair. During Sundays and public holidays, there is an art fair from 10am-6pm.
Opening hours: The Park is open 24 hours a day
Tennis Courts: 7am-11pm daily (6am to 11pm during April to September)
Swimming Pool:6:30am-10pm during April to October (6:30am-12nn during November and closed from December to March)
Bowling Green: 7am-11pm daily
Squash Courts: 7am-11pm daily
Ticket: Free Admission
Tennis Courts: Standard: HK$42 per hour; Centre: HK$113
Swimming Pool: HK$19 per session
Bowling Green: HK$53 to HK$58 per hour per lane
Squash Courts: HK$27 for 30 minutes
How to get there: Take MTR to Causeway bay station, Exit E. Walk for 5 minutes aong Great George Street. You may also take MTR to Tin Hau station, Exit A2. Walk 2 minutes from Hing Fat Street park enrtrance.
Ride bus No. 2, 5, 8, 10, 19, 23, 25, 77, 99 102, 106, 112, 116, 170, 680, 690, 692, 948, 968, A11 or E11. They all pass the park entrances.
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