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by Felicity Banks (subscribe)
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Published December 29th 2012
A hidden treasure
From Hong Kong Central, you can catch the Star ferry across to Kowloon, which is on the mainland (very cute wooden-floored ferries). Some Australians were stationed there in World War 2.

We walked from the harbour to the brilliant and bursting Kowloon Park, which also has a small memorial-type museum and an aviary.

I was pleasantly surprised by the mossy trees (with a backdrop of skyscrapers on the other side of the road), and the lianas, and the flamingos.

This lovely park is a hidden treasure well within the most convenient and crowded parts of Hong Kong. It is a secret haven well worth a relaxed investigation.

For more information on Kowloon Park, please visit the official website located here.
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Why? Because this is where all the local flamingoes hang out.
When: Office hours
Phone: 2724 3344
Where: 22, Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Cost: Free
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this is a lovely place is escape the hussle and bustle
by Oxford Explorer (score: 2|655) 1939 days ago
Sounds really nice.
by Ms. Samantha (score: 2|362) 1939 days ago
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