Bedford Garden is a public park in Tsat Tsz Mui, Hong Kong. Named after its residence, Alfred Bedford, it is one of the most picturesque public parks of the region. It has a rich variety of shrubs, trees, and plants, and the foliage adds colour to the landscape. The walking paths in the park are wide and well-maintained, making a stroll through the park a delightful experience. The park also has three playgrounds, a wading pool and two basketball courts, making it a great spot for recreational activities. With a small pond, picnic benches and open-air seating units, Bedford Garden is a great spot to spend a lazy afternoon in the beautiful nature. The park also features a statue of a seated Buddha, which adds to the serene atmosphere.