Victoria Park

Victoria Park is a public park in Hong Kong. Located between the Causeway Bay and Tin Hau MTR subway stations, it is a great resting place on the densely populated northern Hong Kong Island.

Victoria Park, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Although the park was named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, the statue was not made for the park. It originally erected at the Statue Square at Central.

Statue of Queen Victoria at Victoria Park

The Victoria Park is an important park to the people of Hong Kong. It is the meeting place of the annual June 4th candlelight vigil to commemorate the 1989 incident. It is also the gathering point of the annual July 1st protests for true democracy and universal suffrage in Hong Kong.

An important multi-purpose sports ground

The park also hosts a TV program City Forum on Sundays, an opportunity for the general public to openly debate issues in Hong Kong.

The Victoria park also hosts major public shows or tradeshows such as the annual Lunar New Year Fair.

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Nearby attractions:
Tin Hau Temple