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Taman
“Yo u can see animals and birds in this park as well as exotic plants. All free. Perfect for a chilling day. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Very close walk (10 mins) and a quick find for nature in the city. Otherwise head to Hatton Rd for access to the many trails of HK Island.”
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Taman
“Why I like here is because there is a public pool!. It is good for exercise. In the morning, local Hong Kong people do Tai Chi here. I like to buy ice cream at Macdonald stand in the park also. ”
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Taman
“Kowloon Park (13 hectares) is an oasis of greenery and a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of Tsim Sha Tsui. In the morning the older set practise taichi amid the serene surrounds, and on Sunday afternoon Kung Fu Corner stages martial-arts displays.”
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Taman
“The park was formerly a typhoon shelter known as Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter, part of Victoria Harbour, used as a refuge by fishing boats and yachts during typhoon seasons. In the 1950s, the shelter was reclaimed and the park was built there. The typhoon shelter was then relocated to the north. The park has long been a gathering place for domestic workers on Sundays, their usual day off. Since the early 2000s, helpers from Indonesia have come to predominate, in and around the western end of the Park, as their numbers in Hong Kong have increased relative to those from the Philippines. The parallel tradition for Filipina domestic workers is to congregate around Statue Square in Central. A portion of the park was occupied by construction of a slip road for the Central–Wan Chai Bypass project. This was "hugely controversial" as local councillors and residents alleged they were not informed that the road would cut through the park. In March 2015 construction unearthed unexploded ordnance dating from World War II and the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Bureau of the Hong Kong Police Force was called in to dispose of it. The bypass opened in early 2019. The slip road is now a permanent fixture in the north of the park, where it runs in a depression for about 150 metres before entering a tunnel portal.”
41rekomendasi lokal
Taman
“pack a little picnic and enjoy a sunny afternoon chilling out (do your rain check before heading out)”
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Taman
“Birds are popular pets for locals thanks to our small living places in Hong Kong! Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is a great place to enjoy the sound of birds chirping. This place is full of exotic colourful birds, which is great for photo opportunities and experiencing the local culture. ”
18rekomendasi lokal
Taman
“Most popular hiking trek. Good views, many paths and easy to find the way - ask around.”
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Nature Preserve
“Bird Watching in the winter and spring seasons Great educational sight for children and adults about nature and creatures of the wetlands.”
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Dog Run
“walking distance from the apt. great harbour views and catch ferries to the islands ”
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Monument / Landmark
“The Peak is a must see in HK. One of the best way to enjoy it is to walk along the morning trail. (Don't look for the top of the mount there won't be anything to see except antennas).”
16rekomendasi lokal
Taman
“The 270-hectare nature reserve includes the Mai Po Visitor Centre at the northeastern end, where you must register; the Mai Po Education Centre to the south, with displays on the history and ecology of the wetland and Deep Bay; floating boardwalks and trails through the mangroves and mud flats; and a dozen hides (towers or huts from where you can watch birds up close without being observed). Disconcertingly, the cityscape of Shenzhen looms to the north. ”
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Taman
“The kids can ride bikes, do yoga and walk in nature. The new tree nursery is amazing. Just 10 minutes walk from Kowloon Station. ”
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Taman
“Kowloon Walled City was a largely ungoverned, densely populated settlement in Kowloon City in Hong Kong. Originally a Chinese military fort, the Walled City became an enclave after the New Territories were leased to Britain by China in 1898. Its population increased dramatically following the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War II. By 1990, the Walled City contained 50,000 residents[1][2] within its 2.6-hectare (6.4-acre) borders. From the 1950s to the 1970s, it was controlled by local triads and had high rates of prostitution, gambling and drug abuse. It's a good place for visit for people interested in the history of Hong Kong.”
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Taman
“Lovely man-made Chinese garden next to Chi Lin Nunnery, serene and well maintained. There is a vegetarian restaurant located inside too. Head there for a mind and body detox.”
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Taman
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