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Lai Chi Kok Park

Lai Chi Kok Park

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Lai Chi Kok Parklies in the west of Sham Shui Po, with Mei Foo Sun Chuen (Stage I) in the east, Container Port Roadin the south, Lai King Hill Road in the west and Lai Wan Road in the north. The 17.65-hectare Park was built in 3 stages planted with 6,000 trees and bushes of more than 300 species. The recreational facilities include tennis courts, hard-surfaced soccer pitch, basketball cum volleyball courts, children’s playground, gateball court, roller skating rink, jogging trails and landscaped areas mainly in the Chinese style. They have been the shooting locations of TV soap opera Beyond the Realm of Conscience and Can't Buy Me Love. Supporting facilities nearby include the Lai Chi Kok Park Swimming Pool, sports centre and library. The following paragraphs will introduce the park’s unique scenic spots.

(Last updated: 16/5/2013)

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Mei Foo Station


Exit D (Ramp)

Exit D, E & F (Public Lift)

Exit C2 (Stair Lift)

Accessible Toilets in Staff Area
Note: Lai Chi Kok Park lies outside the MTR Mei Foo Station instead of the Lai Chi Kok Station



Bus routes


Get off at




Lok Wah Bus Terminus

Mei Foo Bus Terminus



Star Ferry (Tsim Sha Tsui)




Hin Keng Bus Terminus


Hin Keng Bus Terminus


Hang Hau (North)


Shau Kei Wan Bus Terminus


RivieraGardensBus Terminus


Wong Nai Tau Bus Terminus


KMB’s Depot (LohasPark)

* Low-floor buses are provided

Chinese-style garden (Imperial Garden)

The beautiful Chinese-style garden in Stage I is wheelchair-friendly with extensive provision of ramped access and disabled washrooms. Facilities include a podium garden and visitors may get there by using stairs, ramped access or a lift.


Comments: Besides the Chinese-style garden the wheelchair-friendly Lai Chi Kok Park is mainly linked by flat roads and ramped access. But, most fitness facilities within the park are too tall for wheelchair users, improvement is suggested.

Lingnan Garden

A Lingnan-style garden situated in Stage III of Park. 20% (2600 sq. m.) of the 12500-sq. m. garden is covered with water features.LingnanGardenboasts 10 scenic spots with architectural structures radiating from the central pond in the layout of courtyards and winding corridors. The garden is open daily from 7 am to 11 pm for the public to admire the pottery sculpture and all kinds of plants.


Comments: Merely an imitation of the Lingnan style, Lingnan Garden is different from other ancient architecture. Extensive provision of ramped access makes it very wheelchair-friendly.


The Amphitheatre is also one of the facilities of Stage III. It is a popular performing venue with a spectator stand of 200 seats and an extensive area in front of it for wheelchair spectators. Disabled cubicles are provided in the gentlemen’s and ladies’ washrooms next to it.

1. The Lai Chi Kok Park (Stage I) houses a sports centre and public library. When the 2009 East Asian Games was held in Hong Kong, the centre facilities have been upgraded to meet the requirements as one of the venues, including provision of disabled washrooms nearby. Both the sports centre and public library provide satisfactory barrier-free facilities.

2. Main park facilities and opening hours


Park area

Main facilities

Opening hours

Stage I

Hard-surfaced soccer pitch [1]

Chinese-style garden (ImperialGarden)[1]


Children’s Playground [1]

Toddler’s Playground [1]

Fitness Station [1]

Chess Tables [4][Including 1 designated disabled parking space]

24 hours


Stage II


Tennis courts [5]

7 am to 11 pm

Chess Tables [4]

24 hours

Stage III


Gateball Courts [2]

Hard-surfaced Soccer Pitch [1]

Basketball cum Volleyball Courts [2]

Roller Skating Rink [1]


7 am to 11 pm

Skateboard Arena [1]

7 am to 10 pm

Children’s Playgrounds [2]

Jogging Trails [4]

Fitness Stations [10]

Amphitheatre [1]

24 hours

Enquiries: 2370 9187/2307 0429

Website: www.lcsd.gov.hk/parks/lckp/b5/index.php

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