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There is a bit of history here after seeing old photos, but what was then and now is completely different. A statue of Queen Victoria was once here but that has been relocated to Tin Hau. Unless you are really in the area I wouldn't...More
Either while coming from or to the subway or the HSBC Building atrium; take a couple minutes to rest, enjoy the families with children, or listen to the water features. While I appreciate all these park-like areas in HK, it's not a destination in upon...More
Although if on a walking tour of the area I would say tick it off your list, but don't go expecting statues, there is only 1. However it is a lovely garden area where locals seem to meet to sell there old clothes etc, sit...More
Otherwise you maybe slightly disappointed. Because the square is small and not too many statues are there. But it is a window to local history and still a nice place to slow down and bit relax. It's surrounded by both historical and modern buildings and...More
Located at the heart of Hong Kong's Central financial district, Statue Square is a small square offering unusually unobstructed views of several of Hong Kong's more interesting buildings. Within the square is one of Hong Kong's oldest buildings - the supreme court - and outside...More
This was one of the first places we visited on our first trip to Hong Kong and it is located in the middle of the financial district, quite close to the railway station and the British memorial site ... We came later to discover and...More
I walked around here in March 2017 during a business trip to Hong Kong. I was walking from one meeting to another in Central when I noticed Statue Square across from the building of one of my meetings. It has a Cenotaph honoring war dead...More