Kowloon Park resources

Kowloon Park

Info from Hong Kong's Great Outdoors

Like an oasis in the city, this park offers a refreshing contrast to the bustling streets that surround it. Big old trees provide shade for paths winding past lawns, shrubberies, and ponds – one of which is a “bird lake” with captive flamingos and ducks. Also good for watching wild birds, with some relatively tame resident species, and migrants.

Readily accessible, including entrance by mosque on Nathan Road (next to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station).

Kowloon Park article on this site

Kowloon Park – oasis by Tsim Sha Tsui

Kowloon Park

Info from Hong Kong's Great Outdoors

Like an oasis in the city, this park offers a refreshing contrast to the bustling streets that surround it. Big old trees provide shade for paths winding past lawns, shrubberies, and ponds – one of which is a “bird lake” with captive flamingos and ducks. Also good for watching wild birds, with some relatively tame resident species, and migrants.

Readily accessible, including entrance by mosque on Nathan Road (next to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station).

Kowloon Park article on this site

Kowloon Park – oasis by Tsim Sha Tsui

Kowloon Park articles/photo albums elsewhere on the Internet

Kowloon Park – Layout Map on Leisure and Cultural Services site; there are links to other info on same site, such as on facilities, historical background, info on birdwatching walks

Common Wild Birds Seen in Urban Parks shows 29 species (Kowloon Park is good for birdwatching, with plenty more species, including passage migrants).

Kowloon Park photo gallery by Derek Mak has five lovely plant/flower shots.

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