Hoi Sham Park - Heart of the Sea

This park is one of the renowned tourist attractions within this district.
It was built on a reclaimed land and this reclaimed land was used to be an island.

In about 1960s, due to urban development, the bay nearby was reclaimed.
However, as there are two famous rocks on the island, the Hong Kong Government build this park to preserve both of them.

These two rocks are called "Hoi Sham Rock" and "Fishtail Rock" respectively.
The shape of the Fishtail Rock is just like a fishtail and it is one of the famous landmarks in this park.
About the Hoi Sham Rock, it is said that lovers will have ideal marriage lives if they worshiped this rock.

This park is called "Hoi Sham Park", literally means "Heart of the Sea".

To reach this park, exit off Whampoa MTR Station Exit D2.
Then, take bus No.12A at Whampoa Garden Public Transport Interchange and get off at Chi Kiang Street Bus Stop.
Afterwards, walk along Chi Kiang Street towards the direction of the waterfront for about 5 minutes.

Location: Hoi Sham Park
Address: Yuk Yat Street, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon



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