The extension portion to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition
Centre was constructed on a reclaimed 6,5 ha island site.
The Hong Kong Convention Centre with its bird-like sculptured roof framed in steel
dominates the Victoria Harbour.
The Star Ferry, a Hong Kong ferry service, operates two routes from the Hong Kong Convention Centre
across the Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong island skyline (Causeway Bay and North Point)
seen from Hong Kong Convention Centre.
Shui On Centre building has an impressive design including a
facade with a Sapphire Blue reflective glass curtain wall.
Wavecom APAC office used to be in Shui On Centre until year 2006.
The Grand Hyatt Hotel's immediate neighbourhood is the Central Plaza (on the right)
building. The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong hotel is conveniently interconnected with the Hong Kong
Conventions and Exhibition Centre.
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is one of the two major convention and
exhibition venues in Hong Kong, along with AsiaWorld-Expo.
Aqua Luna is a traditional Chinese junk operated as a floating luxury lounge.
It offers Victoria Harbour cruises that include snacks and beverages.
The Imperial Cinema has been transformed into a multi-level church facility and centre. It reopened
in year 2011 under the name "The Vine Church".
Mr Wong Sau-ping, tour guide of Wan Chai district said that "In the past, there were over 40 cinemas
in Wan Chai, like the Oriental Theatre, but few cinemas are left now, because of rapid urban regeneration in the district".
Po wah building features an old style door. Such building are often Commercial Centre so mixing
residential flats and private companies. So security is less strict as people go in and out easily.
It is frequent to have door-to-door salesmen coming to promote their products.
Queen's Road East in Wan Chai still features many old buidings. Po Wah Building, build in 1961, has been rehabilitated in year 2009.
It includes re-painting, re-tiling, replacement of pipes and so on...