International Finance Centre, Hong Kong

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The financial and shopping districts of International Finance Centre include some of the most luxurious brand-name stores, as well as some magnificent views. Head to the top of the 88-story, 415 m (1,632 ft) Tower Two, Hong Kong's second tallest building and the world's eighth, for views of the surrounding city vista. Not only can you take advantage of this building's height, but some floors routinely hold exhibitions about monetary processes and China's financial history, open to the public. Next door to the skyscraper is a four-story mall, which houses a wide variety of restaurants, as well as the first Apple flagship store in the world. Plan my day in Hong Kong using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • It is a place with wonderful views of the daytime than at night. There are daily light show from 8 pm. Commentary on Chinese and English, and so is every day of the week that is.
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  • 2 ICF is the tallest building on Hong Kong Island. The Observation Deck on the 55th floor is free. You need to show your passport to obtain a Visitor's Pass to be allowed access. The Hong Kong Monetar...  more »
  • Looking at the Centre, can be named Hong Kong S.A.R. city in the world ... the most unusual building in Hong Kong! Here there is everything))), shopping, recreation, edushka etc! Everyone here!
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  • High end mall with many restaurants. If you enjoy great food shopping, the City Super is expensive but has wonderful things. Great place to tuck into from the heat and the rain. The early flight check in and bag drop service on the ground floor by the train station is wonderful, leaving you free of your luggage to wander around Hong Kong for the day before evening flights.
  • This is a really cool place to see. It's crowded with high end stores and hotels and everything looks spotless. I'd recommend this place for sightseeing but other places in Hong Kong for dining and shopping, unless the price tags don't scare you off like they did me.
  • One of the better malls on Hong Kong Island. Has a good variety of premium and mid-range brands. Also a great 3 storey Apple Store and a good selection of restaurants including Crystal Jade, Tim Ho Wan and more. However, my favourite feature of this mall is the In-Town Check-In at the Airport Express! Makes traveling a breeze.
  • Very nice mall with a lot of luxury brands and also lots of restaurants and bars. There is an open roof in between of the two towers and there are nice bars up there. It has a connection to the ferry terminal and MTR
  • Very nice mall. Right at the Hong Kong / Central train stations. Easily accessible. Great variety of shopping options. Recommend RED. Bar at top of mall overlooking waterfront. Bit of a mecca for westerners.

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