The view towards Kai Tak from Lok Fu Park. The urban jungle of Kowloon has several public parks, pockets of calm amid the hubbub. Photo: Martin Williams The view towards Kai Tak from Lok Fu Park. The urban jungle of Kowloon has several public parks, pockets of calm amid the hubbub. Photo: Martin Williams
The view towards Kai Tak from Lok Fu Park. The urban jungle of Kowloon has several public parks, pockets of calm amid the hubbub. Photo: Martin Williams

Discover Hong Kong parks on foot – where to go in Kowloon: five pockets of greenery amid the urban jungle

  • It comprises some of the most densely populated real estate on Earth, but beneath and between the towers of Kowloon are several extensive patches of greenery
  • If you are itching for some outdoor exercise and relaxation, we tell you how to make the most of five public parks in Kowloon from Tsim Sha Tsui to Diamond Hill

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The view towards Kai Tak from Lok Fu Park. The urban jungle of Kowloon has several public parks, pockets of calm amid the hubbub. Photo: Martin Williams The view towards Kai Tak from Lok Fu Park. The urban jungle of Kowloon has several public parks, pockets of calm amid the hubbub. Photo: Martin Williams
The view towards Kai Tak from Lok Fu Park. The urban jungle of Kowloon has several public parks, pockets of calm amid the hubbub. Photo: Martin Williams
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