Chater Garden is located on Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong Island. It was opened on October 20, 1978. It is one of the important parks in Hong Kong, named after Sir Kitsch Paul Chater. Sir Chater is a woodball, horse racing enthusiast, financier, philanthropist, porcelain and art collector. The original site of Chater Garden was formerly known as the Hong Kong Cricket Club. It was built in 1851 and has a wooden clubhouse and a wooden court. Before the club lease ended in 1971, it became a topic of social and media at that time.
The Chater Garden in Central is surrounded by birds and flowers. The scenery is beautiful and wheelchair users can go alone.
Address : Chater Garden, Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
- Chater Garden has multiple exits, one of which is located at Exit J of Central Station to reach Chater Garden
- The passages in all parts of Chater Garden are designed to be wide and suitable for wheelchair users.
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps, the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- Chater Garden has an accessible toilet located near the fountain