The concierge hall is located on the hillside of Jinzhong. If you want to take a cable car on the top of Taiping Mountain, you will encounter the concierge hall. It is a three-storey Western-style Palace building, classic white, surrounded by walls. In front of it is the commercial center in Central, a tall building. On the left and right sides are British style buildings. It can be seen that the British colonies are gathering places for dignitaries.
The Governor's Office of Hong Kong was built after the British occupation of Hong Kong. It was used for the residence and office of successive Governors. After the return of Hong Kong, it was renamed Protocol House as the chief executive's residence and major protocol venue. More than a hundred years after its completion, it has been rebuilt and expanded to form today's architectural style. It is open to the public six times a year and can be visited inside. The rest of the time can only be visited at the door. The garden greening in the courtyard looks good.
Formerly the Governor's Office, the Concierge House in Hong Kong has become a place for the Hong Kong government to receive guests. The main building was built in the British colonial period. Now the banquet hall before it was only partially open to tourists can be visited freely. With valid documents, it can be accessed free of charge without tickets.
The Concierge House, formerly the Governor's Office of Hong Kong during the period of Hong Kong and Britain, was completed and put into use in 1855 and is now the residence of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. The Concierge House is a Georgian-era building with a strong colonial style. Large windows and balconies suitable for subtropical areas are introduced into the British architecture. It is now a statutory monument in Hong Kong. Every time I go to Hong Kong, I pass by Concierge House, and I miss the opening day the next time. It was even more unfortunate to pass the concierge hall this time. A lift was standing in front of the flower beds inside the gate. The staff were dressing up the Christmas tree, which directly prevented us from standing outside the door and looking at the main building. Friends traveling to Hong Kong are advised to check the public opening day schedule on the official website of the Protocol House (more than a year). Even if the Protocol House is regarded as history, the Humanities Museum has a rare opportunity to visit it.
On March 18, 2018, the Concierge House of Hong Kong was open to the public free of charge. Visitors need to queue up for release. Firecracker flowers, Podocarpus grosvenorii, Firewood and other flowers and trees surrounded. There is a student band performing on the spot. In the afternoon, Hong Kong Chief Executive Lin Zheng Yueh-e appeared in the back garden, with whom the citizens competed to shake hands and take photos.
The Concierge House of Hong Kong (known as the Governor's Office 97 years ago) is located on Alibaba Road on Hong Kong Island, adjacent to the US Consulate General in Hong Kong. It is the official residence of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong and the place where the HKSAR Government receives guests. Some important ceremonies are held here. Before 1997, it was the residence of the British Governor in Hong Kong. The Concierge House has a history of more than 150 years.
The Concierge House of Hong Kong is located on the hillside of Central, near the Hong Kong Animal and Botanical Garden. When the Concierge House was just built, there were not so many skyscrapers in Hong Kong, so you can see the scenery of Victoria Harbour in the Concierge House. It can be said that it was the best place for sightseeing at that time. But later, as more and more high-rise buildings were built, the view of the concierge hall was almost blocked by the Bank of China Building Yangtze River Group and so on. The garden of Concierge House is open to the public one day in March every spring. Only then can the general public enter it.
The Concierge House of Hong Kong, the official venue of the Hong Kong Government, has a history of more than 163 years. It witnesses the development of Hong Kong's history and is listed as a statutory monument of Hong Kong, but it is not open to the outside world.
At the entrance of the Hong Kong Animal and Botanical Garden, you can catch a glimpse of the corner of the Concierge House, several beautiful red-roofed small white buildings. Leaving the zoo and botanical garden and walking towards the concierge hall, you can only quietly squint at the concierge hall when you walk to the door. You can't stop at the concierge hall, let alone take pictures. Every year, there will be a few days of opening date, but on the official website to check, just missed 3/5 of the opening day, and when the next opening has not yet been announced.
On the way to the top of the hill, stroll around Central, and look down at the Governor's Office here, where there are hidden dragons and crouching tigers on the hill, which is full of mystery. It is said that all the wealthy people buy their homes in the mountains. Look at the door of the concierge hall. There's nobody.