Case Study

Kai Tak Promenade (Hong Kong Children’s Hospital Section)

  • A 340 meter continuous pedestrian waterfront promenade

  • The Origami Airplane Pavilion is a tribute to the former Kai Tak Airport

  • Children playground area with aviation theme

  • Sheltered seating adjacent to the sea with lawns and trees

  • Landscaped area with resting benches

  • Featured installation using an old propeller from the Government Flying Service

  • Service block with elderly-friendly toilets and baby care room

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A distinguished, vibrant, attractive and people-oriented public leisure space by victoria habour

Project Team

Located at the southern waterfront of the hkch in kowloon bay, this promenade forms part of a planned continuous waterfront promenade extending from cha kwo ling waterfront to ma tau kok waterfront. it is 340 metres long with a total area of about 6,700 square metres.

The completion of Kai Tak Promenade (Hong Kong Children’s Hospital Section) has given birth to another popular place of attraction in the Kai Tak waterfront. The interaction between people and environment has successfully instilled vitality and vibrancy to the area.

With a large lawn adjacent to the sea, the promenade offers the public a brand new perspective to appreciate the scenic views of Victoria Harbour. There are recreation and leisure facilities along the promenade as well as plantations to appeal to children, families and visitors of all ages. Along the waterfront promenade, other features are available including a pedestrian walkway, a children playground, benches and rest area, as well as a building that provides ancillary services such as elderly-friendly toilets and a baby care room. To preserve the aviation culture of Kai Tai, various aviation-themed features and play facilities are incorporated to pay homage to the old Kai Tak Airport and create an unprecedented destination in Hong Kong.

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