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The Best Outdoor Playgrounds And Parks In Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is packed with fantastic outdoor playgrounds and parks for kids. From Kai Tak Promenade and Moko playground to the Hong Kong Park playground and beyond, we’ve got the lowdown on the best outdoor playgrounds and child-friendly parks in Hong Kong.

Make your way to our favourite outdoor playgrounds in Hong Kong for some family fun under the sun! Watch your little ones swing, climb and slide as they explore and engage in active play, make new friends and create loads of happy memories. You’ll find a wide variety on this list – from dinosaur-themed parks to those with giant colourful tunnels and soaring slides. Plus, we’ve also put together a list of beaches with playgrounds for family picnics, as well as pet-friendly options. Don’t forget to grab your balance bikes and scooters!

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Outdoor Playgrounds In Kowloon
Outdoor Playgrounds And Parks In Hong Kong
Outdoor Playgrounds In The New Territories
Beach Playgrounds
Pet-Friendly Parks

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Outdoor Playgrounds In Kowloon

Kai Tak Promenade Outdoor Playground

Kai Tak Promenade Playground – Space-themed park

Did someone say rocket ship? The Southern waterfront of The Hong Kong Children’s Hospital in Kai Tak is home to family-friendly facilities including a large lawn area, a children’s outdoor playground featuring aviation-themed play areas, benches and rest areas. There’s even a baby care room nearby.

Kai Tak Promenade, 1 Shing Cheong Rd, Ngau Tau Kok, Kai Tak, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Location Map.

Hoi Fan Road Park playground

Hoi Fan Road Park – Olympic-themed playground in Kowloon

With the Paris Olympics just around the corner, this huge park (9,500 square metres) has opened paying homage to the games and incorporating various elements of the Olympics. There’s an inclusive children’s playground with diversified equipment, as well as a jogging tracks and viewing platform so you can watch your budding athlete play to their heart’s content!

Hoi Fan Road Park, Hoi Fan Road, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Location Map

Cha Kwo Ling Outdoor Playground

Cha Kwo Ling Promenade, Kwun Tong – Pet-friendly park by the sea

We’re big fans of seaside playgrounds and the one at Cha Kwo Ling Promenade is no exception! Bring the kids to the pavilions, play areas, climbing equipment and swings or watch them frolic around giant open spaces. You can even bring your pooch along and head to the pet park!

Cha Kwo Ling Promenade, Wai Yip Street, Sai Tso Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Location Map

Sham Shui Po Children's Playground Outdoor

Sham Shui Po Park – Longest outdoor slide on the island?

This 6,400 square metre children’s outdoor playground boasts three large nature-themed play zones and (apparently) the longest slide in Hong Kong. Kids will love the “Sandy Bunker” zone featuring climbing towers, a sand pit and a spiral tube slide, the “Jungle Meadow” zone with swings, flower bells and petal drums and the “Oasis Spring” zone with a splash sensory wall, octopus fountain and trampolines.

Sham Shui Po Park733 Lai Chi Kok Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong,, Location Map

Moko Children's Playground

MOKO Children’s Playground – Large outdoor park in Mong Kok

Located on the fourth floor at MOKO, this children’s playground was the talk of the town when it first opened in 2021! It covers an area of 18,000 feet. It has a climbing wall that is 8 metres off the ground, bird-themed play equipment with slides, rope climbers, swings and more. What makes it even better is that it’s right next to the food court where you can take the kids after playtime!

MOKO, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong,, Location Map

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Tsuen Wan Plaza Play Area – Toddler-friendly outdoor park

With a colourful rainbow theme, this outdoor playground has an eight-metre-tall tower with three slides, perfect for kids who love adventure (and are not afraid of heights!). It also has a climbing castle, a spinning rope to climb on and mini hills with ropes and slides. For the little tots, there are bouncy clouds, musical tubes and baby swings.

Tsuen Wan Plaza, 5/F, 4 Tai Pa Street, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong,, Location Map

Shung Ling Street Playground Wong Tai Sin Outdoor Playground

Shung Ling Street Playground, Wong Tai Sin – Green park that inspires creativity

Incorporating its green surroundings into the design, this playground features a nest swing, a carousel, a climbing play house and ball-shaped balancing play facilities. If you need more reasons to love this playground, the safety mats here feature floral designs created by students at Po Leung Kuk Mrs Chan Nam Chong Memorial Primary School – how adorable is that!

Shung Ling Street PlaygroundNear the intersection of Yi Lun Street and Shung Ling Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong,, Location Map.

Ping Shek Playground Hong Kong

Ping Shek Playground, Choi Hung – Dinosaur-themed park

Another hidden gem is this dinosaur-themed outdoor playground tucked away in Choi Hung. It makes for a great day out for the kids, as they explore caves and discover all things dinosaurs. The playground also has a 7-a-side soccer pitch, tennis courts and table tennis facilities.

Ping Shek Playground, 20 New Clear Water Bay Road, Choi Hung, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2324 4302,, Location Map

Kowloon Tsai Outdoor Playground

Kowloon Tsai Park – Outdoor playground suitable for all ages

Home to a beautiful Bauhinia garden with around 120 bauhinia trees, Kowloon Tsai Park is located near Kowloon Tong Station Exit E.  There are soccer pitches, a roller skating rink, a jogging track, a children’s playground, plus a dog garden for your furry friends.

Kowloon Tsai Park, 13 Inverness Road, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2336 7878,, Location Map

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Kowloon Park, Tsim Sha Tsui – Playground for bird-lovers (adults and kids!)

Just like Hong Kong Park on the other side of the harbour, Kowloon Park has a beautiful lake and plays host to 18 different species of birds (including some rather fabulous flamingos). Facilities include football pitches, extensive gardens, an ornamental maze and a playground. Also on site is Kowloon Park’s huge aquatic centre with several indoor and outdoor pools and Kowloon Park Sports Centre, with sports halls and courts galore. Check the opening hours and admission fees before you go.

Kowloon Park, 22 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2724, Location Map

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Jordan Valley Park, Kwun Tong – Outdoor fun for the whole family

If you’re looking for a full day out with the family, we highly recommend Jordan Valley Park! It’s huge, it has two model car racetracks, a maze garden, a greenhouse, a children’s play area and sprawling lawns for family picnics – what’s not to love?

Jordan Valley Park, 71 New Clear Water Bay Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong,, Location Map

Read More: Your Family Guide To Jordan Valley Park

More Outdoor Playgrounds And Parks In Kowloon:

  • Lai Chi Kok Park – Three playgrounds, along with football, basketball and gateball courts for sporty kids.
  • Tai Wan Shan Park – Children’s playground, swimming pool and multi-purpose courts located in Hung Hom.
  • Lion Rock Park – More than 300 trees and shrubs as well as loads of barbecue pits and benches, a children’s play area, a community garden and more.
  • Po Kong Village Road Park – One of the very few public spaces with enough room for budding cricketers in Hong Kong, it also has football pitches, cycling tracks and more.

Outdoor Playgrounds And Parks On Hong Kong Island

Sai Ying Pun Outdoor Playground

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Playground – Train-themed park in Sai Ying Pun

A train-themed outdoor playground, an indoor playroom and a seaview park and promenade – sounds like the perfect family day trip to us! You could easily spend a full day here relaxing with a picnic or enjoying the public facilities nearby including swimming pools, soccer pitches and basketball courts.

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Playground16 Eastern Street North, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong,, Location Map

The Peak Galleria Playground – Amazing views at this Peak park

Make your way to level one at the Peak Galleria where you’ll find slides, climbing apparatus and ample seating spots for you to enjoy the view while the kids play!

The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, 2849 4113, www.hanglungmalls.comLocation Map

Wan Chai Promenade Outdoor Playgrounds

Wan Chai Promenade Playground – Tunnel through greenery in Wan Chai

The Wan Chai Promenade starts near Tamar Park in Admiralty and has children’s play areas with colourful tunnels, decorative lights, swings, slides and more. For some extra family fun, there are two-seater and four-seater ducky pedal boats, though you’ll have to book online in advance.

Wan Chai Promenade Playground, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Expo Drive, Hong Kong,, Location Map

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King’s Road Playground – Bounce and swing at North Point’s outdoor park

This outdoor playground is a nice one to stop by if you happen to be in North Point. While it doesn’t have a lot of play equipment, the kids will still love to run around its colourful safety mats and enjoy the slide, trampoline and swings.

King’s Road PlaygroundNear the intersection of King’s Road and Tin Chiu Street, North Point, Hong Kong,, Location Map

Hong Kong Park Outdoor Playground

Hong Kong Park – Large outdoor playground in Central

With its central location, six-level outdoor kids’ play areas, fascinating Museum of Teaware and conservation corner (with rare dragonflies and wild squirrels), what’s not to love about Hong Kong Park? It has a fascinating aviary with free guided bird-watching walks every Wednesday morning.

Hong Kong Park, 19 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong, 2521 5041,, Location Map

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Mount Austin Playground – Green outdoor park at The Peak

If the spectacular view, vintage tram ride, yummy food and stunning Sky Terrace up at Victoria Peak aren’t enough to keep the little ones amused, then the Mount Austin Playground is bound to. With swings, slides, tunnels and bars, this classic play area is also one of the greener areas in Hong Kong where you can easily set up a picnic and enjoy a nice lunch with the kids.

 Mount Austin Playground, Mount Austin Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, 2853, Location Map

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Belcher’s Bay Park and Promenade – Picnic-friendly playground in Kennedy Town

Close to the fabulous Kennedy Town swimming pool, this park has a children’s playground, a grassy area, a fitness arena and a jogging path. If you’re in the area, head across Shing Sai Road to the Belcher Bay promenade where children’s play areas are often set up complete with slides, swings, monkey bars as well as shaded picnic tables.

Belcher Bay Park and Promenade, Praya, Kennedy Town, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2853 2575,, Location Map

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More Outdoor Playgrounds And Hong Kong Parks

  • Stanley Pirate Playground – Kids’ adventure zone playground designed like a pirate ship. Location Map.
  • Victoria Park – Largest park on Hong Kong Island with plenty of playground facilities., Location Map
  • Quarry Bay Park – All the usual playground and sports facilities, plus a cycling track., Location Map 
  • Aldrich Bay Park – It has a fishing village theme, model boats and a children’s playground. Location Map.
  • Hong Kong Zoological And Botanical Gardens – Picturesque gardens with a zoo and outdoor play area., Location Map
  • Caine Road And Caine Lane Playground – A favourite among Mid-Levels mamas. Location Map.
  • Central and Western District Promenade – A family favourite playground with many benches and a lovely harbour view. Location Map.

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Outdoor Playgrounds For Kids In The New Territories

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Dino Park – Huge new outdoor playground at New Town Plaza

Whether your kiddo lovers dinosaurs or simply enjoys running around on a playground, they’re sure to have loads of fun at New Town Plaza’s massive (35,000 square feet) outdoor dino-themed playground. There are climbing facilities, monkey ropes and slides — what more could we ask for?

Dino Park, New Town Plaza, Sha Tin Centre Street, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong,, Location Map

Che Kung Miu Road Playground and park

Che Kung Miu Road Playground – Dog-friendly park in New Territories

This recently reopened playground in the New Territories isn’t the largest, but there’s something to be said for being surrounded by luscious greenery. There are slides and monkey bars for the kiddos (plus a roller skating rink) and it’s super pet-friendly, so you can bring your fur babies along for a day out too!

Che Kung Miu Road Playground, Che Kung Miu Road, Tai Wai, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong,, Location Map

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Fung Cheung Road Garden, Yuen Long – Bird-themed and eco-friendly outdoor playground

Created by a Hong Kong-based arts social enterprise, the seating at this outdoor playground was made using upcycled disposed timber. “Fung Cheung” translates to “Soaring Pheonix” in English, so you’ll find lots of bird-themed features here including a nest swing, play tower, climbing facilities, playhouse and more.

Fung Cheung Road Garden, Intersection of Castle Peak Road and Fung Cheung Road, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong,, Location Map

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Tuen Mun Park – Inclusive playground with a reptile house

There’s more than enough to keep the kids engaged and happy at Tuen Mun Park in the New Territories. We love that it has inclusive play facilities for children of different ages and abilities. This barrier-free play space incorporates natural elements – water and sand – in its design. It also has a reptile house for budding herpetologists, a model boat pool, a conservation corner and much more!

Tuen Mun Park, Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2451, Location Map

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Hung Leng Children’s Playground, Fanling – Farm-themed outdoor park

Hung Leng Children’s Playground takes inspiration from the history of its location as a farming village, adopting the “Play In Farmland” theme in its design. There are tunnels, monkey bars and net swings for the young ones and fitness equipment suitable for all ages.

Hung Leng Children’s Playground, Intersection of Sha Tau Kok Road and Ping Che Road, Fanling, New Territories, Hong Kong,, Location Map

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Metroplaza Fun Park – Vegetable-centric playground in Kwai Chung

Can’t figure out a way to make veggies fun for kids? A trip to Fun Park at Metroplaza might do the trick! This children’s outdoor playground has play facilities in the shape of colourful giant vegetables. There’s a 3.5-metre tall turbo tube slide, adult-toddler swings and an outdoor garden filled with seasonal flowers.

Metroplaza, 223 Hing Fong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong, 2429 6500,, Location Map

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Tai Po Waterfront Park – Scenic park with multiple outdoor facilities

At 22 hectares, Tai Po Waterfront Park is one of the biggest parks in the city. There are playgrounds, a gateball court, a bowling green and a large model boating lake. Kids will love the creepy crawlies at the Insect House, but the best part of the park may be the 1.2km long promenade, which takes advantage of the lovely setting and provides a nice level space for cycling or enjoying a relaxing stroll.

Tai Po Waterfront Park, Da Hei Street, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, Map

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Kwong Fuk Park, Tai Po – Outdoor playground for little ones

If you’re in Tai Po, you could also check out the slightly lesser-known Kwong Fuk Park. It has a colourful playground that includes climbing facilities, play panels, slides and rocking chairs that your kiddo will love.

Kwong Fuk Park, Kwong Chun Street, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, 3183 9049,, Location Map

Po Hong Park, Tseung Kwan O – Huge park with several play areas for all ages

Possibly the biggest collection of playground equipment in Hong Kong, Po Hong Park guarantees hours of fun and entertainment. There are eight children’s play areas, including smaller equipment for toddlers, more challenging climbing structures for older kids, a soccer court, a basketball and volleyball court, and a roller skating rink.

Po Hong Park, 10 Wan Lung Road, Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2791, Location Map

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More Outdoor Playgrounds For Kids In The New Territories:

  • Penfold Park – Dog-friendly park situated in the middle of Sha Tin Racecourse with a kids’ playground and lots of greenery., Location Map
  • Ma On Shan Park – Waterfront park with large playground facilities, a spacious lawn and an adventure maze., Location Map
  • Snoopy’s World – Asia’s only Peanuts-themed playground with canoe rides and six fun zones to explore!, Location Map
  • Hong Kong Velodrome Park – 250-metre long, 7-metre wide cycling track, artificial lakes, model boat pool and children’s play areas., Location Map
  • Yuen Long Park – Landscaped garden, outdoor children’s playground, two football pitches and a gateball court., Location Map

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Tai Pak Beach Discovery Bay Outdoor Playgrounds

The Best Beach Playgrounds In Hong Kong

When you’re spending a day at the beach (don’t forget your swimming cossie and sunscreen!), the sprawling sands are usually enough to keep the children occupied. Of course, having a playground close at hand means you could stretch your day out at the seaside that little bit further! A number of our favourite Hong Kong Island and New Territories beaches have small outdoor playgrounds for kids.

  • Shek O Beach – Children’s playground with easy access to facilities. Location Map.
  • Repulse Bay – Play equipment for children including a merry-go-round, climbing frames etc. Location Map.
  • Trio Beach – Beach in Sai Kung with sparkling white sand with a children’s playground and BBQ pit. Location Map.
  • Tai Pak Beach – Discovery Bay beach with swings, balance boards, rope ladders and convenient changing facilities. Location Map.

Read More: Discovery Bay Family-Friendly Neighbourhood Guide

West Kowloon Art Park Pet Friendly

Pet-Friendly Parks In Hong Kong

If you have been struggling to find places to take your fur baby, some of the parks listed above are known to be dog-friendly and you can also find a complete list of pet-friendly parks and gardens here. Within the city, these spots are often quite small but serve the purpose if you want to have your kids throw a ball for your playful pups. Other places we love include the West Kowloon Waterfront Park, Penfold Park, Discovery Bay and Stanley Plaza, where there are enough activities and more than enough space for the whole family to enjoy.

Read More: Where To Go With Your Pet – The Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants, Beaches, Hikes and Parks

Editor’s Note: “The Best Outdoor Playgrounds And Parks In Hong Kong” was most recently updated in May 2024 by Veena Raghunath, with thanks to Najuka Redkar for her contribution. 

Main image courtesy of Robert Norton via Unsplash, image 1 courtesy of Architectural Services Department, image 2 courtesy of GovHK, images 3 to 4, 6 to 9, 13 to 16, 18 to 19, 21 and 23 courtesy of LCSD, image 5 courtesy of Rosehill, image 10 courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, image 11 courtesy of Najuka Redkar, image 12 courtesy of The Peak Galleria, image 17 courtesy of New Town Plaza, image 20, 24 and 25 courtesy of Jess Mizzi, image 23 courtesy of Metroplaza, image 26 courtesy of Discovery Bay, image 27 courtesy of West Kowloon Art Park. 

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