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The Landmark(Central), Hong Kong

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
The Landmark is an office and shopping development owned by Hongkong Land in Central, Hong Kong. It is commonly known as the home of numerous prestigious international brands and as a gathering place for well-heeled shoppers.HistoryIt is partly built on the site of the former Hong Kong Hotel, which was in its day the best known hotel on Hong Kong Island. In the 1970s, Hongkong Land started the development of the Landmark under its Central Redevelopment Scheme. The first phase of the project was completed in the late 1970s and the whole project was completed in 1983.When the development was completed in 1983, the development consisted of a series of levels of shops surrounding a large central atrium with two office towers on top, known as Edinburgh Tower and Gloucester Tower respectively, and an annex building, known as the Landmark East. In 2003, Part of Edinburgh Tower was converted into The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel, a boutique hotel.
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  • 地下鐵路中環站 直通置地廣場,大廳很廣闊, 利用自然採光的設計,逛起來好舒服, 大部分店舖都是高級名牌, 平日及週末都不會太擠湧 
  • Wanna have a relaxing window shopping???why not visit this fabulous place???so elegant yet everybody is welcome to visit and have some photos and also some foodies around... 
  • The direct access to the central station. Is useful where many high-end stores, brands like channels at the same time. To listen fast shop because there is information you want to see. It was asked because I wanted to go to Brooks Brothers, different building. While signs on the map told me.
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