Fa Hui Park is a 3.19-hectare public park located along and north of Boundary Street, at the southeastern corner of Sham Shui Po District, Kowloon in Hong Kong. It is one of the venues where the Lunar New Year Fair is held every year. During the fair, locals and tourists flock to the park to shop for perfect auspicious blossom or plant for the home or office from the numerous flowers stalls.
The park is home to a community garden where participants of the "Community Garden Programme" are allowed to grow crops and ornamental plants in the park and take the harvest home afterwards.
The gardening program encourages Hong Kongers to participate in greening activities at the community level and to take part in greening activities as part of daily life.The community garden covers 1,100 square metres with a total of 50 plots. Each plot can accommodate up to 50 flowers or vegetables.
Fa Hui Park is also the venue of an outdoor farmer's market featuring hundreds of stalls selling a wide variety of local agricultural and fishery products.
Other facilities include mini-soccer pitches, netball courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, children’s playground, landscaped gardens, pavilions, refreshment kiosk, toilets and changing rooms.