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Designed by I. M. Pei and L.C Pei, the Bank of China Tower is one of the most recognisable skyscrapers in Admiralty, Hong Kong at 315 m (1,033.5 ft) high with two masts reaching 367.4 m (1,205.4 ft) high. It was the tallest building in Hong Kong and...more
This building is contentious as it is beautiful. Hong Kong locals can be vehemently opposed to this building because its Feng Shui is off, but this move was intentional so that the building faced to intimidate what was the British Embassy at the time of...More
The actual building is quite spectacular from the exterior. It is meant to look like a number of cubes placed on top of each other. Cubes are meant to bring negative energy but the water features counteract this. The 43rd floor viewing deck is CLOSED...More
The Bank of China Tower is one of Hong Kong's most iconic buildings with it beautiful architectural design.
The building was at one stage the tallest in Hong Kong as is located close to Central MTR Station.
There is 70 odd floors to the building...More
Like most buildings on Hong Kong Island, this towers above the skyline and is an important building for Hong Kong. It's iconic lines are worth taking in and if you are watching the symphony of lights show, this building really stands out.
An iconic building that has been a part of the HK skyline since I was young, I finally got the chance to see it in person whilst on the way to the Peak Tram. Not worth going out of the way to see, but ideal...More