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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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  • Been roaming around Hong Kong. Tried to visit this place near the bay. A lot of tourist and busses at that time. It is near the Reunification Monument and the view, it's uhhh. Nature is perfectly fine...  more »
  • Nice Place to visit. You can take the pics of the Golden Bauhinia and the sea View from there. Its a nice tourist attraction place  more »
  • The Golden Bauhinia flower symbolised the return of Hong Kong to the mainland China. The area was under renovation, we had to walk on uneven pavement, cordoned off the road. There were security men di...  more »
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  • The water view here is amazing. The Golden Bauhinia? Not so much. It is mostly swarmed with tourists wondering why they went to it to see it.
  • A pretty place to view the harbour and to jump on a city tour bus. Nice public restroom. Lots of benches to sit on.
  • Opposite location with Symphony of The Stars at Tsim Sha Tsui. Worth the trip.
  • Not too much to see here, you get a good view across the harbor but don't watch A Symphony of Lights from here go across the harbor to TST! I watched from both view points and TST is definitely better, not that the light show is amazing might as well make the best of it.
  • It is just a statue of the Hong Kong national flower, the promenade is a nice place to enjoy the waterfront view. This promenade is also the place to see the nightly light show. This place used to be very popular with tourists from China, but it had since tapered off so it is quite pleasant to walk around.