Gallant Garden in Wo Hop Shek Public Cemetery at Wo Hop Shek, Hong Kong, was established in November 1996 for civil servants who lost their lives on duty.
In 2000, permanent earth burial was extended to both civil servants and non-civil servants who died with exceptional bravery while on duty. It has an area of 1,600 m² (17,200 ft²) and is currently maintained by Food and Environmental Hygiene Department. It has 110 land burial spaces, 165 urn spaces, and a columbarium of 120 niches. There is also a large Buddhist-Taoist monastery built near the cemetery. The majority of those interred are police officers and firefighters fallen on duties, but several medical personnel who contracted and died from SARS while treating sufferers from the disease are also buried in the cemetery.