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Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong

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Observation Deck Architectural Building
Noted as one of the most recognizable towers in Central, Bank of China Tower is an architecturally modern building and the fourth tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong. Boasting 72 levels, the four top levels and bottom 19 levels are used by Bank of China while the remaining levels are leased out. Ride the elevator to the 43rd floor to reach a small, public viewing deck with fantastic photo ops. Make Bank of China Tower a centerpiece of your Hong Kong vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Hong Kong trip generator.
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  • The building is different looking. Like a bunch of triangles placed together. I thought it looked decent although very modern.  more »
  • The beautiful beams of light I saw during the night view was spectacular. I already did a review of looking at this iconic piece from a distance in my Hong Kong Skyline review, so this mainly focuses ...  more »
  • Nice view along central district area, with a stylish designed. An iconic recognition within The Central of HK.  more »
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  • Pretty tower. They used to let people go up their observational deck, but not anymore (since two years ago). They gave us a postcard though.
  • "Iconic structure" One of Hong Kongs famous landmarks you usually see in movies.. amazing to look at during the symphony of the lights, its one added attraction from avenue of the stars.
  • That's building is a beautiful building to see my family will see it my family is super surprised they got into China and that's a Bank Tower
  • One of Hong Kongs famous landmarks which can usually be sene in films, postacards, fridge magnets, etc... Amazing to look at during the symphony of the lights, its one added attraction from avenue of the stars.
  • IM Pei's design but not that functional. Weird elevators - very shallow