30th December 2020 – (Hong Kong) Tsing Yi Park is a European-style public park on the Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong with Tsing Yi Estate, Tsing Yi Garden, Broadview Garden and St. Paul’s Village in its proximity. It was opened to the public on September 1996, with area of 7.09 hectares, the park was organised by the Leisure and Cultural Service Department. It locates at 60 Tsing King Road and it is under Kwai Tsing District. The park features a pond with many turtles and trees and much nature.
Tsing Yi Park is located at the town centre of Tsing Yi and used to be a hillock scattered with cemeteries. Occupying an area of 7.09 hectares, it was fully opened for public use in September 1996. The Park is designed in the European style with both active and passive recreational facilities. It attracts many visitors due to its proximity to the Tsing Yi MTR Station.
There is a look-out pavilion to enjoy the sunset and the skyline in Tsing Yi and a children’s playground. You can aslo have a picnic while indulging in nature.
5.30am – 11.30pm
The park is located opposite the Tsing Yi Railway Station.