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  • WolffieNZ
    Morrinsville, New Zealand91 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Hot summer, got through the village by about 11am, and went up to the statue immediately.
    You can enter and walk through the ‘museum’ which is really great and has good English translations. 3 stories of museum - no photos and please keep quiet. One of the levels has multiple remembrance plaques.
    Well worth it - don’t forget to spend a couple of hours at monastery since you are here!
    Written 6 July 2024
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  • Christina F
    Vaxjo, Sweden22 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nice garden and beautiful surroundings. We visited on an extremely hot day so almost impossible to really appreciate the place . Close to Hollywood Plaza Mall and metro.
    Written 24 June 2024
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  • fire-tower
    3,062 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I have visited this mall various times in the past, and it is one of the malls in the business district that you can shop, and the Apple Store is definitely one of them. It has 2 office blocks and quite a bit of eateries, clothing, accessories and luxury brands, and is connected to the MTR. Worth popping by if you are in the neighbourhood.
    Written 7 July 2024
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,755 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The former Police Married Quarter (PMQ) in Central was restored and repurposed as a creative and design focused shopping venue in Central back in 2014. You won't find the typical luxury and international brand name shops here However. This is a social project whereby affordable space has been set aside for local entrepreneurs, seeking to showcase and grow their businesses as art courses, galleries, lifestyle and consumable products, clothing, fashion, jewellery and all manner of creative shops. There are a couple of casual eateries and coffee shops as well.

    In short, if you want to see local Hong Kong brands, there are around 100 small shops that line the floors at PMQ. There are also large scale seasonal decorations along with occasional exhibitions and events that have made for interesting experiences and reasons to visit PMQ over the years. You'll find PMQ along Aberdeen Street in Central. Shops have respective opening hours but are generally open from late morning until evening each day. The venue can be a bit crowded during midday weekends and public holidays but is usually far less crowded than our higher end malls.
    Written 28 December 2022
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,755 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of the most easily recognisable skyscrapers amongst the Hong Kong Skyline is the Bank of China (BOC) tower. Designed by Chinese-American architect L.M. Pei, the building was opened in 1990 and at 72 floors, was the tallest building in Hong Kong until passing that torch to Central Plaza three years later. The BOC Tower is located between Cotton Tree Drive and Garden Road, just off Queensway in the Central District.

    The BOC Tower exterior is elegant and sleek and is based on important feng shui principles. The framework is that of a stack of triangles reaching upward to the sky. It is particularly attractive to view at night, when the triangular outlines are lit up brightly while the rest of the building remains dark, blending into the night sky.

    In addition to viewing the BOC Tower from up close and locations such as Hong Kong Park and Victoria Peak on the Hong Kong side, it is also easily recognisable during harbour ferry rides as well as prime locations on the TST side including the Avenue of Stars promenade, upper floor sky bars, restaurants and viewing platforms near the harbour.
    Written 9 February 2021
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  • MalcH
    Loughborough, UK2,866 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Impressive building and one of the key landmarks in HK which also contains a large shopping mall primarily full of all the top brand names you would expect.
    Written 7 May 2019
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  • jenkle89
    Hendaye, France418 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It is definately worth visiting this impressive building, you can literally walk through/underneath it and look up into the building. You can ride the elevator up to the 1st floor where there are ATMs. I was really looking forward to seeing the two bronze lions Stephen and Stitt, but unfortunately they were 'boxed up' due to damages.
    Written 27 January 2020
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  • Greco1979
    Farnborough, UK777 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was a pricy experience but worthy. We didn’t enjoy that much 360 view but the bar on the higher floor was better. Drinks vere also expensive. So after we met a friend and had a glass of white wine we went to much cheaper place.
    Written 20 January 2021
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  • Kenneth Tan
    Singapore, Singapore186 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a very unique place as it will bring you from 17th Floor all the way to 56th Floor in a glass elevator. More for thrills if you love to stand close and witness urself "floating" up and down. The top floor is for a restaurant though and there is opening hours so do check it out before heading there.
    Written 21 March 2019
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  • Leonhkny
    Hong Kong, China20,290 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The huge Tin Hau, or goddess of sea, statue at the southernmost part of Repulse Bay is an impressive landmark. The encompassing structure adds a spiritual face to the already popular beach. It is also surrounded by smaller but equally interesting sculptures.
    Written 9 October 2022
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  • TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
    Hong Kong, China5,826 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    …climbing up the side of these two towers certainly make them stand out, a great architectural variation given how nondescript so many of HK’s buildings are so perhaps I’ve been generous with the star. Inside there isn’t much - other than some art in the lobby and some restaurants - but the key thing is how it looks from outside. Also, despite having past hundreds of times, I had never been inside until today and it’s interesting how it connects to the wider elevated walkway/mall area. This means that whilst outside it might seem dead there are usually hundreds or even of thousands of people wandering through, in the air con and out of the sun!
    Written 21 February 2023
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  • schmidtmg
    Switzerland1,090 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The HK City Hall is fairly large complex with lowrise with concert hall and surprisingly rich and good programme of concerts, and a 11/12 story highrise with a nice exhibition space on the 7th floor and a public library, both for aduts and for children. There are numerous temporary exhibits - on the afternoon I visited there was a very pleasant show of landscape and fauna ink scroll paintings by three local artists.... During weekdays, the place is busy with wedding groups as the Marriage Registry is in the same building.....
    Written 9 January 2024
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  • Aki Quirante
    Valenzuela, Philippines166 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Looking for tambayan and shops - The Center. Where Filipino folks are around too, if you need assistance just approach them and they'll help you. Market yeah like pasalubong just roam around. It's between those big buildings with those high end bags and clothes.
    Written 7 June 2017
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,755 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Exchange Square is a building complex in the Central District where the Hong Kong Stock Exchange is found. It is situated right next to the IFC shopping mall and directly connected to the large ground level bus terminus as well as the Central MTR Station and Hong Kong Station (direct access to/from the airport).

    Beyond being an important transportation hub, visitors can also enjoy a nice collection of outdoor sculptures situated around the elevated podium level next to Exchange Square. These include:

    Oval with Points (1968) by British sculptor, Henry Moore

    Sitting Couple (1989-90) by English artist, Lynn Chadwick

    A pair of Water Buffalo - Standing (1988) and Lying (1987) by English sculpture, Elisabeth Frink

    A pair of Taichi Sculptures - Single Whip Dip (1986) and Right Heel Kick (1991) by Taiwanese sculpture Ju Ming

    Above the Clouds (2017) by Beijing artist Ren Zhe

    These sculptures are interesting and worth a few minutes to enjoy if you are passing through the area, into/out of the IFC mall and interesting in art and sculpture viewing.
    Written 18 August 2021
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  • Andre Chang
    Taipei, Taiwan1,732 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The place is easy to reach but there will be many tourists there. But I still like this place because the view is different from others location. It’s a must go in Hong Kong.
    Written 25 June 2019
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