1)Take Hong Kong MTR to Wan Chai Station Exit A5. Walk across the footbridge, go right and pass through the lobby of the Central Plaza, go on walking across the linking overhead walkway, then get down to the ground level. Walk towards the waterfront ahead, and the statue and monument is on the left. It is about a 15mins walk.
2)Take the ferryboat from Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier to Wan Chai.
3)Take Bus No. 25A, 25C or 961 to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre stop.
Hong Kong has a rich history, and Hong Kong Golden Bauhinia Square is at the center of it all. It is one of the main tourist attractions in Hong Kong, and it is also popularly known as the Expo Promenade. This is where the flag raising ceremony is held every morning.
This square got its name from the golden bauhinia blakeana statue facing the Wan Chai waterfront at the center of the area outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.
The 66-foot statue was given by the Chinese Government to commemorate Hong Kong's independence from Great Britain on July 1, 1997. The gilded bauhinia flower is an important symbol for Hong Kong people. Its base is made of a red granite pillar on a pyramid.
Central Plaza is the tallest building in Hong Kong and among the highest in Asia. Central Plaza is a 78-storey building that is also among the world's tallest concrete-framed buildings. It provides the city's most amazing timepiece as the rods at the top change colors every quarter hour.
Happy Valley Racecourse is the best place for all racing enthusiasts. Happy Valley boasts high-end technology for betting and live broadcasts on its gigantic screen. The fun starts at night, and both foreign and domestic visitors love to take a peek. It is only a few minutes from Golden Bauhinia Square by tram.
Bank of China Tower is one of the most stunning landmarks in Hong Kong. This elegantly-designed 70-story building got its inspiration from bamboo. It has large blue glass walls that make it one of the most photographed buildings in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center is among Hong Kong's most impressive architectural sites. This place shows off the visual proof that Hong Kong is becoming even more developed.
Inside are five exhibition halls, two theaters, two convention halls and 52 meeting rooms. Financiers and businessmen make this place their favorite destination. There are also restaurants that suit that tastes of both domestic and foreign visitors within walking distance from Golden Bauhinia Square.
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