Central and Western District Promenade

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(Last Updated On: June 19, 2019)

A Hong Kong Waterside Walk

UPDATE: This is where the new Belcher’s Bay Promenade is located, and it’s right near the Central and Western District Promenade (detailed below).

Have a look at it!

Belcher Bay Promenade

The Central and Western District Promenade, located right next to Instagram Pier, runs right along the water front of the Western District Wholesale Food Market, and it’s NOW OPEN!!!! It’s already one of Hong Kong’s most spectacular waterside promenades, so you should certainly take a stroll down it to see for yourself!

If you’re driving here, the closest car park is the Wilson Parking Garage, located at 367 Des Voeux Rd W, Sai Wan. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on the promenade. 

With plenty of play equipment, benches, bathrooms and a snack shack too, you could easily enjoy a few hours here! 

Central and Western District Promenade
looking eastward down the Central and Western District Promenade

These 3-D site drawings give a good overview of the site.

Central and Wester District Promenade
The grassy area is PERFECT for kids to play around on!
Central and Wester District Promenade
The playground equipment is perfect for kids!

(The 3-D photos are from the Public Works Subcommittee of Finance Committee’s Minutes)

Central and Western District Promenade
the entry way to the Central and Western District Promenade, opening ~April 2018
Central and Western District Promenade
Kids love this jungle gym!
Central and Western District Promenade
This real grass feels AMAZING on your feet!

Other Things to do Near The Central and Western District Promenade

The promenade is ~600 meters long, and while this HK$90 million project is undeniably gorgeous, after an hour or so of taking in the views, you’ll likely be ready to move on to something else.  But don’t worry! There is plenty to do around the promenade such as take a few photos over on Instagram Pier, take a stunning hike up Mt. High West, grab a bite to eat at one of Kennedy Town’s delicious (and affordable) eateries or enjoy some dim sum at one of Hong Kong’s most authentic places, Lin Heung!

View from Mt. High West in Kennedy Town
view from Mt. High West in Kennedy Town

What Do You Think?

We hope you’ll enjoy the Central and Western District Promenade as much as we do, but either way let us know your thoughts on this by reaching out to us here or by leaving us a comment below!

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