Kai Tak Runway Park is a 2.82-hectare public park built at the tip of the former Kai Tak airport runway in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong. It is part of the grand urban development plan on the former site of the Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport. The park, which officially opened to the public in August 2014, is open 24 hours daily.
As an homage to its former resident, the park incorporated remnants of the old international airport in its design such as the original yellow and black checkered pattern at the tip of the taxiway. This checkered pattern served as a visual reference for pilots during landing. Plane-shaped benches complete the aviation theme.
Another park attraction is the "Kai Tak Timeline" which provide a visual history of the airport using historic photographs. A 270-metre-long waterfront promenade facing Lei Yue Mun and Kwun Tong provide spectacular harbour views while an expansive lawn offers space for strolling, playing or simply laying on the soft grass. Other facilities include an open plaza and amenities such as toilets and a babycare room.
Nearby tourist attractions include the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park located at roof level of the terminal building.