Kowloon Bay Park

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Kowloon Bay Park
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Location 18 Kai Lai Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon,  Hong Kong
Owner Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Operator Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Capacity 1,200
Surface Grass
Opened 3 May 2005
Happy Valley(2009-2010)
Tai Chung(2010-2011)
Hong Kong Sapling(2011-2012)

Kowloon Bay Park (Chinese: 九龍灣公園) is a public park in Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The park is managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department. It was opened on 30 March 2005.[1]


Natural turf pitch[edit]

The natural turf pitch is designed for soccer and rugby games. It was opened on 3 May 2005.[1]

Since 2009–10 season, it has been a venue of Hong Kong First Division League. Happy Valley and Tai Chung use the pitch as the home stadium.

Artificial turf pitch[edit]

Cycling ground[edit]

There is a cycling area within the park. A kiosk offers bicycles for hire.


See also[edit]

Coordinates: 22°19′37″N 114°12′35″E / 22.327066°N 114.209737°E / 22.327066; 114.209737