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Not as prominent as I think used to be due to the numerous high rise offices that continue to be built but the shape itself presents a unique architecture. Unfortunately it’s not open to the public but does present great photo opportunities.
Accessible via the MTR at the Admiralty, take exit B, turn left and the entrance is on your left hand side. Great selection of places to eat, and numerous snack options available as well as a varied array of shops, allow yourself 2/3 hours including...More
The twin towers of Lippo Center, Hong Kong headquarters for Lippo Group is in Admiralty area of the Island. The unusual shape of the buildings draws stares whenever people pass by. Not far from Pacific Place, the luxury mall you can get good viewing both...More
Lippo Group is located in Indonesia. The building here houses their headquarters in Hong Kong.
Look at the building's facade. For decades we have been convinced that monkeys are climbing the building. Interesting in that sense.
Although not the tallest they stand because of their shape, which is very interesting. I believe linked to the Australian beer magnate Alan Bond. Like many other buildings on Hong Kong Island, worth seeing.
We first saw this building when we were on the Ding Ding and then I had to come back just to get a closer look. We didn’t even go inside but just was in awe of its architecture. We spent about 10 minutes just walking...More