Sung Wong Toi is a memorial stone monument located in Jiulongcheng District. The current site of the park was officially completed at the end of 1959. According to legend, Song Dynasty Emperor Song Duanzong Zhao Shi, and his brother Zhao Bing were pursued by the Yuan Dynasty army, and fled south to exile here. To commemorate this event, the three characters "Songwangtai" were carved on the big stone. The "Songwangtai" stele was originally a huge stone, standing on a hill called the "Holy Mountain" by the coast of Ma Tau Chung,  which was later called the Kai Tak Airport Passenger Terminal. The "Songwangtai" stele was later moved to a distance of about Placed at the current location of 300 feet.
Songwangtai connects Songwangtai Garden and amusement park. The main passages of the scenic spots are mostly flat roads and are quite wide, suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
Sung Wong Toi has basic barrier-free facilities, and wheelchair users can go there alone.
Address : Ma Tau Chung Road, Kowloon City, Kowloon
- The main entrance of Sung Wong Toi is on Songwangtai Road. The entrance is flat and wide and suitable for people with wheelchairs/handicapped.
- Sung Wong Toi has wide passages and mainly flat roads, suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- There are no accessible toilets in Songwang Terrace Garden and Playground