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Fung Tak Park - A Monkey King-Themed Park in Kowloon, Hong Kong

Fung Tak Park - Monkey King-Themed Park in Kowloon, Hong KongFung Tak Park is a public theme park which features selected settings from the Chinese classical novel "Journey to the West," known in the west as being the tale of the Monkey King, Sun Wukong. The 1.07-hectare park was opened to the public in 1995. It is within walking distance of Wong Tai Sin Temple in Wong Tai Sin District in north Kowloon, Hong Kong and was designed to fit in the area's topography.

The park is divided into four play zones with specific themes, namely, the "Monkey King's Paradise", "Mountain of Five Fingers", "Crystal Palace" and "Flamed Mountain."  

The Monkey King's Paradise is characterized by a cave with waterfalls. The Mountain of Five Fingers (of Buddha) is the place where the Monkey King was trapped, while the Crystal Palace was where the Monkey King got the mace which became his weapon. The Flaming Mountain is the home of the "Bull Demon" and "Princess with an Iron Fan."

The park is acclaimed for its fancy architectural design and impressive mossaic tile art. Other amenities include children's playground, sitting-out area, landscaped area, light refreshment kiosk, and rest rooms.

Fung Tak Park is located at Fung Tak Road, Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

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