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    where can i play frisbee in hk

    looking for a place to play frisbee, i went to my nearest football court, but got told off by security. they told me i have to book the football court, usually not open for public. is there a park allow to play frisbee with huge space and not many people somewhere? dont want to hit people with my bad throwing skill. i lost 2 frisbee already, they always gets stuck in trees in small park.

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    Any beach. Head up into the country parks - plenty of wide open spaces out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HK_Katherine:
    Any beach. Head up into the country parks - plenty of wide open spaces out there.
    I think this sign is pretty common on beaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumbrake:
    I think this sign is pretty common on beaches.

    god damn it, cant play frisbee anywhere in hk

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    It's most likely prohibited in most parks too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by drumbrake:
    I think this sign is pretty common on beaches.


    great photo, love the composition with three Lamma coal-fired power station stacks in the background
    Last edited by JAherbert; 16-04-2017 at 01:34 PM.

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    You want to enjoy yourself in Hong Kong??

    You need directions to the airport?

    (Having said that if you go to Stanley beach, where everything is banned, many groups of schoolkids regularly play football and other games there. There is a Tannoy announcement that everything is banned every 10 minutes or so, but is totally ignored, and no one seems to officiate. You could try there.)


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    Its sad HK is so unfriendly to people having fun. In Canada right now and passed a "golf" course yesterday - turns out it was "frisbee golf"! With baskets to catch the frisbees at each station! (all totally free of course)


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    thank you all. what about victoria park? anyone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by zxcvvv:
    thank you all. what about victoria park? anyone?
    should be able to, didnt see anything about not throwing frisbees

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