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Can be seen from most of Wan Chai.
Can be seen from most of Wan Chai. Central Plaza was the tallest building in Asia from 1992 to 1996, and the tallest in Hong Kong until 2003. It is possible to tell the time by the changing lights on the top of this building. During business hours, you can take the lift from the ground floor to the sky lobby on the 46th floor to get a spectacular free view of the harbour and the island. Another option for a free is view is from the observation lift in the Hopewell Centre at 183 Queen's Road East. This is one of the very few round towers found in the city. This glass lift can be taken from the 17th floor and the amazing journey to the 62nd floor takes about 90 seconds. Once at the top you have the option to eat at the revolving restaurant on top of the building, or you can just head back down again.
2 Harbour Road, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
One of Hong Kong's most outstanding buildings
The site of the handover ceremony in 1997
Amidst the skyscrapers of Wan Chai, Southorn Playground offers a scarce area of public outdoor space for football, basketball and has seating for those who just want to relax and watch
Now an Environmental Resource Centre, this building was used for over 70 years as a Post Office
The Hong Kong Planning and Infrastructure Exhibition Gallery, located on ground floor of the City Hall Annex, was set up in 2002 as a temporary exhibition gallery, pending the establishment of a full-fledged permanent exhibition gallery which will occupy the entire City Hall Annex Building
Historic place deemed thus because it is fired every day at noon
The Avenue of Stars has been made on the lines of the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Adjacent to the Legislative Council Building, this is the place where disgruntled Hongkongers come to protest
A great place to relax in Central