Golden Bauhinia Square, Hong Kong
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Named after the iconic flower and emblem of Hong Kong, Golden Bauhinia Square features a striking bauhinia sculpture. A gift from the Central Government to commemorate the 1997 handover, this golden statue called The Forever Blooming Bauhinia Sculpture towers over visitors on a red pillar and makes for stunning photos. Try to visit at 8:00 AM to see the daily flag-raising ceremony. A visit to Golden Bauhinia Square represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Hong Kong travel itinerary maker to plot your vacation.
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There is not much to do at this monument, read the plaque and take some photos. We arrived just before the harbour light and sound show to combine two activities at the same time. The Golden Bauhinia ... read more »
在灣仔會議展覽中心對出, 金紫荊像是97年回歸中國送贈香港的. 每個來香港的中國旅行團都會去拍個照. 但其實除了那個像以外,就沒有任何特別了,本地人平常也不會去... 不是太有趣的景點
จุดมุ่งหมายของการประกาศอิสรภาพของเกาะฮ่องกง คือ รูปปั้นดอกบัวทองคำ Golden Bauhinia Square ที่มีรูปทรงเป็น “จตุรัสดอกบัวทองคำ” ซึ่งเป็นสัญลักษณ์แห่งอิสรภาพของฮ่องกง ตั้งอยู่ใกล้กับ Hongkong Convention ... read more »The aim of the Declaration of independence of Hong Kong Island is the Golden Bauhinia statue Golden Lotus Square shaped "Golden Lotus Square," which is a symbol of Hong Kong's freedom. Located near Hongkong Convention by water lilies have petals there Stamen inside 4. Located on a marble base with red-brown When shooting is finished, Lotus represents a walk to the garden of cartoon character Ani-Com a newly opened Park nearby. Travel on a hot sunny day, Wan Chai MTR-Zillow Station A5 exit, then walk to the road, O'Brien Road, which will pass through the immigration building and Central Plaza building in Immigration Tower and then turn to Great Eagle Centre keep walking to find the first exit, follow the signs to go up to the statue of the Golden Lotus. If you go to Ani-Com Park, Ani-Com Park follow the signage to a lot of people, is considered a key point that has it.show original
Found the more interesting part of this place are the flood of mainland Chinese tourists going nuts over it. The number of ways the human body can contort, bend, stretch in so many ways for a photo pose can only be described as Olympiad proportions, a kaleidoscopic spectacle of shapes only matched by the beauty of snowflakes.
Passed by once on a rainy summer day. Numerous construction sites around it. Totally dunno why there are so many tourists stupidly taking pics over there...
Not sure what is the point of going to an empty square to look at nothing. Find something better to do. There are loads to do in Hong Kong.
Been here for the new years fireworks. I would recommend to go to a place at the other side of the harbour for a better view.
The golden bauhinia at the square is mark of Hong Kong's reunification with mainland China.
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