The vast majority of mainland tourists do not know this excellent scenic spot. Most of them come from foreign tourists, India, Europe, America and Korea, and very few Hong Kong residents. I read this information from a travel note by the Honeycomb. In the past, senior players recommended to go to the free viewing floors of the Bank of China Building and the HSBC Building in Central, but they are shorter than those of the HKMA, and the viewing floors of the Bank of China Building have now been closed. The main entrance of the HKMA is on the sea, No. 8 Financial Street. From Guojin Phase 2 Mall to the first floor, there is a direct access to the HKMA. On the first floor of the HKMA, a visitor's card will be issued with the pass registration information, and then an elevator will be taken directly to the 55th floor. On the 55th floor of the HKMA, there is an exhibition hall and a library showing the development history of the HKMA. The exhibition hall is rich and interesting. It details the issuance process of banknotes in circulation in Hong Kong. There are many sensory games to help you understand the operation mechanism of Hong Kong's monetary system. It's very interesting. The most important thing is the 270 degree landing observation platform, half-mountain, central, part of the view of Victoria Harbour. The Bank of China Building, the HSBC Building, is under it. You can also see the lofty Pavilion on the top of the Taiping Mountain. It opens from 10 to 18 o'clock on weekdays, and the weekend time is slightly different. The group can also make an appointment for the tour guide service. Personally, it's about 2:30 p.m.
You can walk to Hong Kong Station on Tung Chung Line in the MTR Station, and exit E is on the first floor of the shopping mall. As long as you register on the first floor, you can visit the Hong Kong Monetary Authority on the 55th floor for free. This is an excellent place for sightseeing and seascape of Victoria Harbour.
When I came to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, I learned that Hong Kong banknotes were issued by three banks - "Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of China and HSBC Bank. Only then did we understand the anti-counterfeiting features of Hong Kong's 1000 yuan banknotes and 10 Yuan plastic banknotes. Standing at the window of the 55th floor and looking out, the once unattainable Yihe Building seems to be approaching a lot.
The HKMA's Trading Plaza in the international financial centre is also reclaimed, so the central part of the cramped building layout is still relatively atmospheric. The huge outdoor platform is equipped with some sketches and sculptures, and there are also places for others to sit on. The HKMA is located in a relatively high position, so the view of Victoria Harbour's first-line rivers is relatively broad.
It's a solemn and solemn feeling, landmark building on one side.
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