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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. See Golden Bauhinia Square and all Hong Kong has to offer by arranging your trip with our Hong Kong day trip site .
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  • actually not the flower that very interesting but the view at the pier that actually good. also it has a comics statues that good for having pictures. nice if you go in the afternoon or night because ...  more »
  • As of the symbol of Hong Kong, I guess 80% of tourists/visitors come here for photos, visiting. This square closes to the harbour but nothing special and impressive. The flower itself does not look be...  more »
  • Hong Kong's title, but do not know what the symbol of Hong Kong, the line also owes aesthetic feeling, just a golden brightening brightening, very corny statue. The road will see a lot of visitors and take photos of the business. This is where you can look and see if you don't have to spend time visiting. In addition, the Hong Kong flower is the Purple hotline, not the Purple Hotline flower, Jin hotline name to avoid the <洋>word, only is misleading <紫荊>.</紫荊> </洋>
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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.
  • It's really ugly and underwhelming, not much historical value or significance. Don't bother there isn't much to do around the area either, although the view from the West side of the convention centre of Hong Kong's skyline is good.
  • 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.

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