Skipping the historic park when in Kowloon City is something only repeat visitors to the area do, but even they often stop to take in the 31,000-square metre monument to the former 19th century Qing garrison. Once a wretched hive that made Mos Eisley look like Beverly Hills, the park is now dotted with multiple unearthed relics — like the plaques of the main gate, a flagstone path and three canons — a chess garden, pavilions, zodiac garden, around the restored central Yamen Building/Almshouse.
Tung Tsing Road, Kowloon City