King George V Memorial Park is an urban park in Sai Ying Pun, Western District in Hong Kong Island. It is one of the two parks bearing the name of the British monarch. The other one is located in Jordan, Kowloon.
The park was built in 1936, the same year King George V died. The Hong Kong government named the park in the king's honor.
There are many old trees in the park, some of which have their roots engulfing the perimeter walls. The lush trees provide shade and fresh air and make the park a good place for morning walks and exercise.
The King George V Memorial Park contains a basketball court, a hard surface football ground, sitting out areas, a public toilet, children's playground and a child care centre. Access is available from Eastern Street and Hospital Road. Directly opposite the park is the Sai Ying Pun Community Complex.