Kwun Tong Promenade
A Seaside Mini Art Gallery
Kwun Tong Promenade originally located at the Public Cargo Working Area next to Kwun Tong Pier. As the first open space project under the “Energizing Kowloon East” development. Apart from leisure facilities, there are also small stages and auditoriums, as well as incoming art installations.
Art Photography Hotspot
It features a landmark tower, which is a hot spot for photography. The idea is derived from stacks of recycled paper stacked in the loading zone. The buildings throughout the garden are made of steel, glass and wire mesh, creating a sense of lightness and airy.
Every night, the lights inside the tower change color with the music. With the scattered water mist on the ground, and the pleasant light of the whole waterfront promenade creates a romantic atmosphere. It is a good quiet place for couples after enjoying the sunset.
All Round Chill Spot for Everyone
The promenade offers stunning views of sunset and night, as well as views across the Victoria Harbour and up close shots of the tower’s light show, which are ideal for photographers.
At any time, you can find many couples walking hand in hand, families playing joyfully. The sea breeze can blow away your worries and feel free to enjoy the hidden chill spot of this industrial zone.
183 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon (next to Kwun Tong Ferry Pier)
Open 24 hours
The tower will put on a light show every half hour from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
|How to get there:|
Method A – MTR: Leave by Exit B2 from Kwun Tong MTR Station, then walk for about 15 minutes
Method B – MTR: Take MTR Exit B6 from Ngau Tau Kok Station and walk via Lai Yip Street and Hoi Bun Road. It takes about 10 minutes.
Method C – Bus: no. 11D, 15A, 15P, 23, 28A, 74X, 80, 80P, 80X, 83X, 93A, 268C, 269C
Method D – Ferry: From Sai Wan Ho Ferry Pier to Kwun Tong or North Point Ferry Pier to Kwun Tong * Note the ferry schedule
Method E – Road Trip: Meter parking space is available for parking
Children’s play area, Amenity lawn, Tower Landmark, 200m Seaside Boardwalk, Small Performance area