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Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre New Wing
This is the venue where Britain handed over Hong Kong to China. The Union Jack was lowered, and the Five Star Flag of China was raised on 1st July 1997, ending the 150 years of Hong Kong's colonial history. The focus of the world was right here!

Apart from being the venue of handover, this expo centre held numerous exhibitions throughout the year, such as Book Fair, Electronics Fair, Food Expo, Watch and Clock Fair, Toys and Games Fair and Jewellery Show etc etc! For detailed information please check Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Wan Chai Ferry Pier
The pier is next to the Convention Centre, with ferries going to Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hom.

Hong Kong Travel Info:
Hong Kong Travel Info:
  • Address: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Expo Drive, Wan Chai
  • Transportation:
    1. MTR Wanchai Station Exit A, cross the bridges that connect the Immigration Tower, Central Plaza and Convention Centre.
    2. Take Bus No.25C from Causeway Bay's Mitsukoshi department store.
    3. Take Bus No.961 from Jardines House at Connaught Road Central, Central
    4. Take a star ferry from Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui.

Golden Bauhinia
The Bauhinia flower is Hong Kong's emblem, it's on the flag of Hong Kong, and on the coins as well!

Which is why the Chinese Government gifted Hong Kong with this Golden Bauhinia Sculpture, when Hong Kong returned to Chinese sovereignty on 1 July 1997.

Every morning at 7.50am, the national flag hoisting ceremony is held. At 7.45am of the 1st, 11th, 21st of every month, enhanced ceremony will be held as the National Anthem will be played by the police bands.


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