Not far from the HSBC building and the Bank of China building is this hidden gem. Dwarfed by everything around it, but still has that grace and style of colonialism. Worth a picture stop on your walk around the area.
The Old Supreme Court building on Jackson Rd. and Charter Rd. is one of the declared monument buildings you can see on the Central (A) route of the Central and Western Heritage Trail, which leads visitors to a handful of historical buildings and remnants of...More
This is one of the grandest colonial buildings in HK and is certainly something you will want to see if you are interested in architecture. It is amazing to see the contrast with the surrounding skyscrapers.
Age splendor of bygone colonial times - Intersting especially at night for photographers ... and do not forget tripod ;)
The Legislative Council of Hong Kong is one of the rare colonial buildings which remain. Located in Central, on HKG Island, it was built in 1843 at the time of Queen Victoria. There is a lovely little square in front. But today it is squeezed...More
It is one of the very few well maintained heritage building in Hong Kong. It celebrated its 100th anniversary recently. The legislature was unfortunately moved to a terrible new complex. The building will be handed over to the final court of appeal. It is closed...More
The Hong Kong Legislature, more commonly known locally as the Legco Building, is not an important visitor attraction in Hong Kong. History buffs and those interested in HK Heritage buildings might find it an interesting stop but its difficult to justify adding this to any...More