Chai Wan Park opened on April 21, 1993. The park covers an area of about 7.13 hectares. The predecessor of Chai Wan Park was the Hong Kong Scout Camp built in 1925. In the 1980s, the Hong Kong government leveled the hill (Boyjun Hill) in the camp and carried out reclamation projects to build Chai Wan Park. The park is equipped with hard-surface small football fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, small outdoor theaters, children's playgrounds, model boat pools, artificial waterfalls, fountains, lotus ponds, stepped gardens, mountain parks, snack pavilions and other facilities.
There are multiple barrier-free facilities, including ramps for entrances and exits, passages, unobstructed toilets, etc. The local aisles are designed to be wide, and most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
Chai Wan Park is close to the subway station and is well-equipped for wheelchair users.
- Chai Wan Park has two main entrances and exits. The passages are wide and flat, suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
- Most parts of Chai Wan Park have wide access roads and are generally suitable for wheelchair users
- All uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- There are multiple accessible toilets in Chai Wan Park.