2015-11-09 – Hong Kong Admiralty Skyline
Aspect Ratio: 1-1
Hong Kong Admiralty’s name comes from the historic days when the British military was stationed in the area. Today it’s very much an extension of Central and the Hong Kong Financial district. The historic building in the centre of the building is now the Court of Final Appeal. The architect also designed Buckingham Palace and has a very Colonial look to it. The tram line has not moved since it was built along the old waterfront in the late 19th century to give an idea of how much Hong Kong has been built up over the past century.
This image is taken at one of many rooftop bars. This one called Savva that is on the roof of The Prince building. The Prince building was the first building in Hong Kong to use elevated walkways to move people traffic away from street sides. Today one can walk from the Star Ferry to the Prince building without having to walk either outside or at street level that’s a convenient where the weather can be both very hot and humid or wet.
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