Passed the Bank of China Tower:
From this view it looks like its nickname of "Meat Cleaver."
The Chinese People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building:
Built in 1979 as the Prince of Wales Building, and nicknamed the "Wineglass" or the "Upside-down Gin Bottle."
Bank of China Tower fountain:
The U. S. Consulate:
The Peak Tram fountain:
Which one is the wax figure?!
The President of China on the left. I asked Kent who was president of China, and he said, "That's right."
I said, "Who?" and he said, "Yes." Oh, Hu!
Tram display at the Garden Road station:
At the Peak Tower station, there was a Poppy Appeal box for Poppy Day.
One of the stations along the way:
Kent is standing straight up:
The tram at the Garden Road station:
As we crossed Victoria Harbour, we looked back on the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre:
A look back at Two IFC:
With a Star Ferry passing in the other direction.
Looking forward towards Kowloon, the Hotel Intercontinental:
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre:
The Old Canton Railway Clock Tower:
The MTR underground pedestrian passageways are marked with green arrows and red 'X'es so that you know where to walk:
After tea, we headed back to the hotel to pick up our luggage, catch the shuttle bus to the Airport Express, and head to the airport and home to Shanghai.
My dad would be interested to know the various means of transport we used on our trip to Hong Kong:
1. Airbus A319 airplane
2. Airport shuttle bus
3. Airport Express train
4. Hotel shuttle bus
5. MTR Metro/subway
7. Double-decker bus
8. City tram/double-decker trolley
9. Ferry boat
10. The Peak Tramway/funicular
12. Airport people mover