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Encyclopedia > List of buildings and structures in Hong Kong

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Geography of Hong Kong

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Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal The Geography of Hong Kong primarily consists of three main territories: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal The following is a list of areas of Hong Kong. ... The following is a list of bays in Hong Kong: Hong Kong Island Quarry Bay Aldrich Bay / Shau Kei Wan, also Buffalo Bay Repulse Bay Causeway Bay Kowloon and New Kowloon Kowloon Bay Hung Hom Bay Ngau Tsz Wan To Kwa Wan Cheung Sha Wan Lai Chi Kok Bay New... Hong Kong has a long coastline which is full of twists and turns with many bays and beaches. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal List of channels, straits and passages in Hong Kong This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. ... The following is a list of cities, towns and new towns in Hong Kong. ... Although Hong Kong is regarded as one of the worlds great cities, out of the total 1,092 km² of land, about three-quarters is countryside. ... As of March 26, 2004, there are 79 declared monuments in Hong Kong. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal The ecology of Hong Kong is mostly affected by the results of climatic changes. ... The following is a list of harbours in Hong Kong: Victoria Harbour (維多利亞港), (維港) Aberdeen Harbour (香港仔海港) Double Haven (印洲塘) Port Shelter (牛尾海) Inner Port Shelter (西貢海) Tolo Harbour (吐露港) Tai Tam Harbour... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal The Hong Kong SAR consists of a mainland area and 262 islands. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal Lakes of Hong Kong: Brides Pool Po Chu Tam Inspiration Lake This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal The Marine Parks Ordinance protects and conserves the marine environment and a rich collection of aquatic animals and plants, such as corals, sea grasses and dolphins. ... The following is a list of mountains, peaks and hills in Hong Kong: // Tallest peaks of Hong Kong Tai Mo Shan - 958 m Lantau Peak (Fung Wong Shan) - 934 m, on Lantau Island Sunset Peak (Tai Tung Shan) - 869 m, on Lantau Island Ma On Shan - 702 m Wong Leng... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal Most of the public parks and gardens are managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal Reservoirs in Hong Kong are spread fairly evenly over the entire 1,103 km² of Hong Kong. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - History - Politics Hong Kong Portal The location of Hong Kong, adjacent to the coast, is not close to the system of major rivers in southern China, though the water to the west of Hong Kong is influenced by Pearl River. ... The following is a list of villages in Hong Kong. ...

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This is a list of buildings and structures in Hong Kong. Chinese people in Hong Kong have adopted many western folkways, but a substantial number of them still adhere to traditional Chinese traditions on various aspects of social living; for instance family solidarity, “courtesy and face” in interpersonal relationship. ... The History of Hong Kong began as a coastal island geographically located in southern China. ... Other Hong Kong topics Culture - Economy Education - Geography - History Hong Kong Portal Politics of Hong Kong takes place in a framework of a political system dominated by China, an own legislature, the Chief Executive as the head of government, and of a pluriform multi-party system. ...

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The AIG Tower in Hong Kong is a 185 m (607 ft. ... Logo of AsiaWorld-Expo The AsiaWorld-Expo is one of the two major convention and exhibition facilities in Hong Kong along with Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. ... BOC Tower at night The Bank of China Tower (short: BOC Tower; 中銀大廈) is a huge skyscraper in Central, Hong Kong. ... A screen showing financial news at The Center, an office complex in Central. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... The Central Police Station is located at Hollywood Road, in Central, Hong Kong. ... Connaught Road Central, Central, heading towards (from the left), the City Hall, Prince of Wales Building, and across the road the Hong Kong Club Building. ... Chungking Mansion Chungking Mansions is a famous building in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. ... The Flagstaff House is located in Hong Kong Park, in Central, Hong Kong. ... The facade of the Government House. ... The Hong Kong China Temple (formerly the Hong Kong Temple) is the 48th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. ... Hong Kong Coliseum (Traditional Chinese: 香港體育館; Simplified Chinese: 香港体育馆; informally, 紅磡體育館, 香港紅磡體育館, 紅館) is a major multi-purpose indoor stadium in Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong. ... Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre New Wing Harbour view of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre New Wing The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (香港會議展覽中心; often abbreviated as HKCEC or 會展) is a convention and exhibition venue in Wan Chai North, Hong Kong Island, the business hub of Hong... View from side Hopewell Centre (合和中心) is a skyscraper in Hong Kong. ... HSBC Hong Kong Headquarters The HSBC Hong Kong headquarters building (officially HSBC Main Building) is located along the southern side of Statue Square, in Central, at the location of the old City Hall, Hong Kong (built 1869, demolished 1933). ... International Finance Centre (abbr. ... Island Shangri-La is one of the hotels under the Shangri-La Hotels (香格里拉酒店及度假酒店集團) group, the largest Asian-based hotel chain. ... Jardine House (怡和大廈) is an office tower in Central, Hong Kong, which, when construction finished in 1973, was the first office tower in Hong Kong and the tallest building in the former British Crown Colony. ... Kowloon Shangri-La is one of two hotels in Hong Kong under the Shangri-La Hotels (香格里拉酒店集團) group, the largest Asian-based hotel chain. ... The Langham Place and the Xpresscalators (the 4th floor) The Langham Place tower in the middle of Mongkok. ... The London-based hotel chain, Le Meridien, was awarded a 10-year management contract for the only hotel to be built at the Cyberport, in Hong Kong. ... Lippo Centre may refer to: Lippo Centre, Hong Kong at Queensway Lippo Centre, Singapore at Shenton Way Category: ... The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group (MOHG) is a hotel management company that is part of Jardines. ... Murray House (美利樓) was a Victorian-era building in Central District, Hong Kong. ... Panda Hotel is located in Tsuen Wan, about 30 minutes away from Hong Kong International Airport. ... The Peninsula The Peninsula Hong Kong (香港半島酒店) is one of the most famous hotels in the world. ... Prince of Wales Hospital (威爾斯親王醫院), located in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, is a public hospital and the teaching hospital of the Medical Faculty of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. ... Hong Kong Stadium as seen from Tai Hang Road Hong Kong Stadium (Chinese: 香港大球場; Cantonese Jyutping: hoeng1 gong2 daai6 kau4 coeng4, Yale: hÄ“ung góng daaih kàuh chèuhng; Mandarin Pinyin: XiānggÇŽng Dàqiúcháng; alternatively, 香港大球場) is the main sports venue of Hong Kong with a... St. ... Legislative Council Building The Former Supreme Court Building is located in Central, Hong Kong, along the eastern side of Statue Square. ... The Legislative Council (abbreviated as LegCo; Chinese: 立法會, Pinyin: LìfÇŽ Huì; formerly 立法局, LìfÇŽ Jú) is the unicameral legislature of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the Peoples Republic of China. ... The Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre is located in Hong Kong Park, at Kennedy Road in Central, Hong Kong. ... Tung Chung Fort Tung Chung Fort is located near Tung Chung, on Lantau Island, in Hong Kong. ... Union Square Phase 7 is the formal name of a skyscraper under construction in Kowloon, Hong Kong. ... Wing On House, Central, Hong Kong. ... Worshippers at the main altar of Wong Tai Sin Temple. ... Exterior of World-wide House World Wide House (環球大廈) is an office building in Central, Hong Kong. ... Yiu Tung Public Library is a public library, located in Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong. ...

Tallest structures

International Commerce Centre is a 118 story, 484 m skyscraper under construction in West Kowloon, Hong Kong; as part of the Union Square project built on top of the MTR Kowloon Station. ... Two IFC International Finance Centre (IFC) is an integrated commercial development on the waterfront of Hong Kongs Central District. ... Central Plaza is the second tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong (tallest as of 2001) after IFC, Hong Kong Phase 2. ... Stonecutters Bridge (昂船洲大橋) is a high level cable-stayed bridge which connects Tsing Yi Island, landing on Container Terminal 9, and Stonecutters Island, landing on Container Terminal 8, over the Rambler Channel. ... Stonecutters Bridge (昂船洲大橋) is a high level cable-stayed bridge which connects Tsing Yi Island, landing on Container Terminal 9, and Stonecutters Island, landing on Container Terminal 8, over the Rambler Channel. ... Hongkong Electric (Traditional Chinese: 香港電燈; SEHK: 0006) is a vertically integrated electricity utility company in Hong Kong. ... Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island Lamma Island Power Station and Hung Shing Yeh beach Lamma Island (Chinese: 南丫島), also known as Pok Liu Chau (博寮洲) or simply Pok Liu (博寮), is the third largest island in Hong Kong and part of the Islands District, Hong Kong. ... Tsing Ma Bridge (青馬大橋) by night Tsing Ma Bridge (Chinese: 青馬大橋; Cantonese: cing1 maa5 daai6 kiu4; Mandarin: Qīngmǎ dàqiáo) (named after two islands of Tsing Yi (青衣島) and Ma Wan (馬灣) in Cantonese), of Hong Kong is the worlds sixth largest suspension bridge (22° 21N, 114° 04 E). ... Tsing Ma Bridge (青馬大橋) by night Tsing Ma Bridge (Chinese: 青馬大橋; Cantonese: cing1 maa5 daai6 kiu4; Mandarin: Qīngmǎ dàqiáo) (named after two islands of Tsing Yi (青衣島) and Ma Wan (馬灣) in Cantonese), of Hong Kong is the worlds sixth largest suspension bridge (22° 21N, 114° 04 E). ... Ting Kau Bridge (汀九橋) is a 1177 m long cable-stayed bridge in Hong Kong that spans north Tsing Yi and Tuen Mun Road. ... Ting Kau Bridge (汀九橋) is a 1177 m long cable-stayed bridge in Hong Kong that spans north Tsing Yi and Tuen Mun Road. ... Ting Kau Bridge (汀九橋) is a 1177 m long cable-stayed bridge in Hong Kong that spans north Tsing Yi and Tuen Mun Road. ... The Kap Shui Mun Bridge (KSMB)in Hong Kong is the worlds longest cable-stayed bridge carrying both road and railway traffic, with the upper deck for motor vehicles, and the lower deck for both vehicles and the MTR. It has a main span of 430 metres and an... The Kap Shui Mun Bridge (KSMB)in Hong Kong is the worlds longest cable-stayed bridge carrying both road and railway traffic, with the upper deck for motor vehicles, and the lower deck for both vehicles and the MTR. It has a main span of 430 metres and an...

See also

The tallest building in Hong Kong is currently the 415 m International Finance Center (IFC) completed in 2003. ... This is a list of the stations of the Hong Kong train system known as the KCR. Station names are in both English and Chinese. ... This is a list of the stations of the Hong Kong metro system known as the MTR. Names are in both English and Cantonese. ... This is a list of hospitals and other medical facilities in Hong Kong. ... As of March 26, 2004, there are 79 declared monuments in Hong Kong. ... // The following is a list of museums in Hong Kong: Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre (Ting Kau) Art Museum The Chinese University of Hong Kong (within the Chinese University of Hong Kong) Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware (Hong Kong Park) Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum (Stanley) Hong Kong Film... // Tertiary education See also: List of universities in Hong Kong University Chinese University of Hong Kong, The City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong Institute of Education Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, The Lingnan University Open University of Hong Kong... The following is a list of universities in Hong Kong: Government-funded Degree-granting Institute The Chinese University of Hong Kong City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong Institute of Education - dedicated solely to teacher education Hong Kong Polytechnic University The Hong Kong University of Science... There are many vehicular tunnels and bridges in Hong Kong. ... Hong Kong counts approximately 600 temples, shrines and monasteries. ... Hong Kong International Airport (IATA: HKG, ICAO: VHHH) (Chinese: 香港國際機場; Jyutping: hoeng1 gong2 gwok3 zai3 gei1 coeng4; Mandarin Pinyin: ) is the principal airport in Hong Kong. ... Kai Tak Airport (Traditional Chinese: ) was the international airport of Hong Kong from 1925 until 1998. ... The Walled city in 1989, viewed from an airplane. ... Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge in relation to Lantau Island The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (港珠澳大橋) is a giant proposed bridge that would connect the west side of Hong Kong with Macau and the neighbouring city of Zhuhai, situated on the west side of the Pearl River Delta, and part... // Although Hong Kong was sparsely populated prior to the arrival of the British, the area has a number of historic structures: Most of the buildings built during this period was by the British and mostly on Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Pennisula: Category: ...

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