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From which nearest entrance to the park i will go if i just want to visit the avenue of comic stars and that stairs with diffrnt characters?
Nathan Road is the entrance to the stairs where the characters are. Which is next to the shop on Nathan road, the nearest MTR are Jordan and Tsim sha Tsui station, the stairs I would say are directly in the middle of both stations so nil are closer and both stations are on Nathan Road, depending on which exit from the station you take. Have a great time like I did. Andrew from Scotland
Is the swimming pool heated? Charges?
None of the pools are heated, however with the heats both day and night the outdoor pools are warms, but it’s a horrible yucky sticky feeling water the indoor pool is cold, please take care of your self here, as I left with a real bad ear infection here and I seen another with athletic foot so wear sandle’s! I’m only just back about a month
What is the best park Kowloon Park or Hong Kong Park ? How much time do I need to visit?
I like both in different ways. I would decide purely based on which one is closer to you. I'd allow 1 hour for Hong Kong Park and 2 hours for Kowloon Park. Main difference is Kowloon Park is flat with multiple sections you can't see each other from. Whereas Hong Kong Park is built on a mountain and also has multiple sections, but the selling point is you can see down the hill and into the central skyline buildings.
When is the swimming pool in kowloon park open please?
Go google using "kowloon park hong kong swimming pool" and you will see their hours posted. Entry fee is less than US$2.00 and usage of locker is US$1.00. Not sure I would go there now, it is kind of chill there this time of the year.
I am having a very quick stop over in Hong Kong. As it is my first time to this amazing city I am hoping to get a chance to look around. I first though I would take up the Hotel offer of a tour of the Jade Market, but on reviews I have reconsidered (I do not want to shop). I am now considering Kowloon Park and on our return stop over a harbour cruise on the Star Ferry to see the Symphony of Lights. Any quick stop over "Must Do" thoughts from Hong Kong experts?
Hi, Both are great places to visit. The Kowloon Park is centrally located,next to some great street food,and with lot of lush green inside. Well organised park and u can relax for a bit there. Don't forget to visit the Avenue Of Comic Stars within the premises. The Harbour Cruise for Symphony of Lights is a bit pricey but the cruise is air conditioned and includes a cold drink with snack. Enjoyable if u stand at the deck,they take you around and show the lighting on the skyscrapers. Though this is enjoyable, but the best views of the harbour and light show are from Avenue of stars or from the entrance of the Ritz Carlton Hotel(below Sky 100 observation deck)!(for free) Great places to visit. Both of these shouldn't take too long. Have a wonderful time in Hong Kong. Cheers! Jeebak
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