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Friday, 4 January 2013


Victoria Park | Hong Kong Best Spot To Visit

Victoria Park is a free stop in Hong Kong, named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. It is found in Causeway Bay, on the north of Hong Kong Island, between Causeway Bay and Tin Hau MTR stations. It is part of Eastern District, in the fringe with Wan Chai District, circumscribed by Victoria Park Road then afterward Victoria Harbour to the north and Causeway Road and Hong Kong Central Library to the south. The park experienced a major redo in the early 2000s. 

Victoria Park is the greatest stop in Hong Kong, extends over a region of 17 hectares. The park, celebrated around the world for its incomprehensible green space, is furnished with an agreeable open air swimming pool and plenty of games offices. A few occasions and shows are additionally ordered here, making it a focal focus in the social essence of Hong Kong. The park is a blend of a smaller than expected zoo (keeping creatures like peacocks and turtles), a running track, various outing spots and a kids' stop. 

Victoria Park is a perfect place in Hong Kong for sentimental nights. An icon of Queen Victoria stands in the park and general guests want to sit around the statue. You can simply walk around the park viewing the locals Tai Qi. The park is the home of numerous celebrations and occasions. Some pools are found in the enclosure range and are frequently utilized by the locals. Youngsters would give just about anything to play in the toy watercrafts kept there. 
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