Hong Kong Park - Lovely Conservatory in Downtown

This place offers a calm environment inside a bustling city.
It is a pretty big place and it never feels crowded.
Strolling around this place is an enjoyable thing.
The lush greenery and the flowing water make it as a perfect place for relax in the city.

In this place, there is an old colonial building.
It was originally the Flagstaff House, but nowadays, it no longer has any connections with the military.
In 1984, this building was transformed into a tea ware museum.
It is also the first museum in the world that is devoted to the collection, study and display of tea ware.

This place also offers some great views of the towering skyscrapers nearby.
Visitors can shoot some fabulous photo of the buildings here.

Besides, in this place, there is also an air conditioned conservatory.
This conservatory is like a jungle and there are many nice plants and flowers that is hardly find at the other place in Hong Kong.

To reach this park, exit off Admiralty MTR Station Exit C1.
Then, follow the signposts and walk to this place through the escalator.

Location: Hong Kong Park
Address: 19 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong



Credit: Cafeew Wong @ Hong Kong Footprint (HongKongFootprint.com)

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