Ngau Chi Wan Park is a 4-hectare public park located at No. 71 Fung Shing Street, Ngau Chi Wan, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The park, which was built on a former landfill site, features landscaped gardens and recreational facilities available for public use for a fee.
It is divided into four sections, one on the east side of Fung Shing Street and three (upper, middle and lower) on the west of the street. The park is maintained and managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Sports in the park include an archery range and a basketball court located in the east platform, while leisure facilities include jogging trails, a Tai Chi garden, elderly fitness area, children's playground, fitness stations, a maze garden and a rocky pool with buffalo sculptures.
There is also a herb garden at the lower platform on the western side of the park featuring 30 species of herbs, including Chinese privet, pomegranate, orange-jessamine and Rose of Sharon.
The 5,500-square-metre archery range is the first archery range purposely built for archery activities under the LCSD. It features 11 archery lanes at a shooting distance of up to 90 metres, which is suitable for archery practice and tournaments.
At the centre of the park is a rocky pool with sculptures of a family of five water buffaloes in different sizes and poses. The buffaloes are allusions to the name of the village Ngau Chi Wan, as explained on panels next to the pool.
Ngau Chi Wan Park is open from 6.30am to 11pm daily and is easily accessible by public transport (bus routes 3M, 3P, 21, 606; public light bus routes 16A, 16B and 16S outside MTR Choi Hung Station).