Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, originally named Western Park is a waterfront park in the Sai Ying Pun area on Hong Kong Island and faces the Victoria Harbour. It is the first park in Hong Kong to be named after Dr Sun, a revolutionary pioneer in modern China.

The Sun Yat Sen Statue

The main ceremonial space is an open lawn with circular shape, which provides the setting for the statue of Dr Sun Yat-Sen. The 5 m high statue is sculpted by a local artist, Zhu Dacheng. The reference of the statue is a photo showing Sun prepared to go to Wuhan after the success of revolutionary.

Tip: There are two watering time for the memorial lawn at 10am to 10:40 am and 5:30pm to 6:10pm.

How to Get There

Eastern Street North, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Island (Next to the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre)

MTR Sheung Wan Station Exit D, turn right and walk westwards for about 10 minutes

take a tram to Kennedy Town (alight at Eastern Street Stop), from Eastern Street pedestrian flyover walk about 5 minutes to the Park.

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