A strong road in the upper ring of Hong Kong. Up the stairs from the Shanghuan subway station, about 15 minutes later, you will see a three-storey ocean house on the flat ground, with red brick walls against the surrounding green. Unfortunately, the museum's iron general kept the door open earlier.
In addition to shopping, you can also visit some characteristic museums in Hong Kong. As a medical worker, I chose to visit the Hong Kong Medical Museum. The Hong Kong Medical Museum is a red-brick Edwardian-style building in Britain. It is also known by many as the "Taiping Mountain Red Brick House". Don't underestimate it. It bears the medical history of Hong Kong and is one of the first museums in the world to compare Chinese and Western pathologies. The Hong Kong Medical Museum, which opened in early 1996, has 11 exhibition halls with distinctive features, as well as the Taiping Mountain View Gallery, library and lecture room. The premises of the museum were "Bacteriological Inspection Institute" and "Hong Kong College of Pathology" established in 1906. It was originally the first building specially designed for medical laboratory in Hong Kong, but later it was used as a museum. Museum exhibits give a detailed account of past disease eradication, current development, and future challenges facing medicine, which undoubtedly promotes public awareness of health and disease. In addition, outside the museum is the University of Hong Kong's Chinese Herbal Medicine Garden, which can be visited free of charge. The admission fee is HK$20. The Medical Museum is located in the Upper Rim of Hong Kong. Because of its European architecture, there are many interesting and design shops around it. Many couples will also choose to take wedding photos here. I strongly recommend it to you here. It's a very good place to visit.
The Medical Museum along the stairway has been climbing up Queen's Avenue, and there has been some wheezing. This is a beautiful red brick building. It's very European, but you need to buy tickets to visit it. I don't know much about medicine, so what attracts me most is the building itself. In the garden beside the small building, a number of flowers and plants were planted, and beside each plant there was a description of its medicinal effects. You can bring your children here to learn some common medical knowledge, and teach them to know these plants, not necessarily when they will come into use.
Good attractions, deep in the lanes of Hong Kong, the buildings are very distinctive, the tickets are cheap, and we know common sense.
Along the steps, at the end of the narrow steps, a beautiful red brick building stands in front. It is the Hong Kong Museum of Medicine, and this is the back door. Around the front, I feel the beauty of the small building, just like the background in the wedding photo. But if you want to take a wedding dress here, you must make an appointment in advance and do not accept any temporary commercial photographs.
Introduce the history of medical development in Hong Kong, and explain the different views of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine on diagnosis and treatment. It covers an area of 10,000 square feet, including eleven exhibition halls with distinctive features, as well as Taiping Mountain View Gallery, library and lecture room.
Like Hong Kong, like every place in Hong Kong, because there are people I love.
The environment is good. It's worth seeing. We'll come again next time.
You can see the Hong Kong Museum of Medicine or British architecture, which displays a lot of medical allusions.