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Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong

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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. To visit Bank of China Tower on your trip to Hong Kong, use our Hong Kong sightseeing planning website .
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  • Come down from Victoria Peak, Hong Kong can meet on the road to the Park. Get up close to see one at night share depending on the location of the sacredness of all look relaxing.
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  • Spectacular construction of seventy planes, one of the masterpieces of i. Pei, who for nearly three decades belong to the cityscape of Hong Kong. Similar to a glimmering lens that soars into the sky with its sharp lines of blue glass and steel, is in my opinion one of the buildings that will remain in the history. You can no longer access the 43rd floor.
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  • The building is located in the middle of the area and the exterior design is unique and can be seen far away. Because of its architectural characteristics, the building represents Hong Kong in a number of live-charge movies.
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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.
  • 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.
  • "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
  • This bland, characterless and unsightly tower block slap bang in the middle of Hong Kong Island is symbolic of, not all, but a good deal of what's wrong with Hong Kong - greed, corruption, selfishness.

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