Hong Kong to Open Kai Tak Sports Park in the year 2025
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Kai Tak Sports Park to Open in 2025 in Lieu of Upcoming National Games

Kai Tak Sports Park to Open in 2025 in Lieu of Upcoming National Games Photo by Website/Kai Tak Sports Park

Hong Kong’s largest sports infrastructure to date, Kai Tak Sports Park, is expected to be completed by the end of the year and is set to have its grand opening in 2025.

As shared by Raistlin Lau, the Acting Secretary for Culture, Sports & Tourism, after a few more test runs and various testing procedures, Kai Tak Sports Park is set to open in the first half of 2025, where a special booking process will be implemented to prioritise sports activities.

The opening of the sports facility aligns with the government's commitment to promoting and highlighting sports in the community, as well as making Hong Kong the centre for major sports events. This is set to include the upcoming 15th National Games, which will be hosted in the city, alongside Macau and Guangdong.

Furthermore, the iconic Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament, which has just wrapped it’s final run in the Hong Kong Stadium over Easter weekend, will also be making a transition to the Kai Tak Sports Park in 2025.

Upon completion, sports enthusiasts from Hong Kong and all parts of Mainland China can expect more major sports events and exchanges at the newest Kai Tak Sports Park.

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