The Kai Tak Sky Garden was designed to evoke the former airport’s runway, the site of which it sits atop. Photo: Winson Wong
The Kai Tak Sky Garden was designed to evoke the former airport’s runway, the site of which it sits atop. Photo: Winson Wong

New Kai Tak Sky Garden lets Hongkongers revisit the scene of hair-raising landings at former airport

  • The park is a 1.4km-long public space running down the middle of what was once the airport’s infamous runway
  • Until November 30, the site is featuring social media-friendly ‘augmented reality’ experiences for visitors

The Kai Tak Sky Garden was designed to evoke the former airport’s runway, the site of which it sits atop. Photo: Winson Wong
The Kai Tak Sky Garden was designed to evoke the former airport’s runway, the site of which it sits atop. Photo: Winson Wong
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