Urban Council Centenary Garden

Urban Council Centenary Garden

Urban Council Centenary Garden

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The Urban Council Centenary Garden (Chinese: 市政局百周年紀念公園) is a public park in Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was named to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the establishment of the Urban Council.

The park is divided into two sites, one in the west near Chatham Road South and another in the east near Mody Road, connected by a pavement corridor between Hilton Towers and Peninsula Centre.

The east half with more space that let organisations hold larger activities like fun fairs. A great fountain occupies its north end. The west half erects six pillars from former Kowloon Station of Tsim Sha Tsui.


<gallery>Image:Urban Council Centenary Garden.jpg|Six pillars from the former Kowloon StationImage:IMG_4870.JPG|The trees in the Garden</gallery>

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