Quite like New York’s Central Park, the Hong Kong Park blends into the busy business center of the city and provides a (very good/very pleasing) natural (wide view of a nature scene/wide area of beautiful land) in the middle of the city noise.
The Hong Kong Park can easily be called a city-based (an area of water in a desert/a nice place surrounded by bad things). It is 20 (areas of land about 200 feet X 220 feet) of green in the middle of the hurrying/very busy city-based city. The Hong Kong Park is a famous retreat for locals. Every morning (more than two, but not a lot of) joggers occupy it’s hard road surfaces and seniors out on their morning walks can be seen here. The whole park has (more than two, but not a lot of) ponds, waterfalls and many colorful and fancy flowers laid out carefully to complement the natural surrounding conditions of the park. The park also houses a (glass building where plants are grown), the Flagstaff House Museum of Teaware, many smaller gardens, and a bird refuge which is going to/attended by many bird-watchers every day. It is a wonderful place to just escape the rush for a while and relax in a very peaceful (surrounding conditions).