Hehe Center is located in the east of Queen's Avenue. The cylindrical shape is outstanding among the tall buildings. By the time I arrived, the atmosphere of Mid-Autumn Festival had not faded, the colorful lanterns in front of the building were still in full swing, and the good play of "Music Avenue East" was about to start again.
It should be in the past to comment on Hehe Center as a scenic spot. Before the Bank of China Building became the tallest building in Hong Kong, the Hehe Center was the tallest building in Hong Kong. Now the Bank of China Building is the fourth tallest building in Hong Kong. It can be seen that the construction of high-rise buildings in Hong Kong is changing with each passing day. However, there is also the only revolving restaurant in the Hehe Centre. It rotates slowly on the top floor and can hardly be seen if you don't pay attention to it. When you eat here, you can see the scenery of Victoria Harbour, which was once the most attractive place in the Hehe Centre. But now that there are more high-rise buildings, we can see that there are many places to eat in Victoria Harbour, and the Hehe Center has no advantage.
Lidong Street opposite Hehe Center has been strolling for many times, but they have not focused on Hehe Center, because there are so many tall buildings like Hong Kong, and Hehe Center is not very distinctive. Later, looking up, I found that this building is entirely cylindrical, and at first glance, it is the tallest building in Hong Kong in 1980. It was once brilliant.
Hehe Centre is located at 183 Queen's Avenue East, Wanchai, Hong Kong, adjacent to Wanchai Hong Kong Railway Station. The building is cylindrical and 66 stories high. It is one of the most important landmarks in Hong Kong. On the ground floor, there are shopping malls, restaurants and parking lots, and on the 62nd floor, there is the only revolving restaurant in Hong Kong "Independent Hill", which offers a view of the whole city.
Where it's not very famous, the tour guide will recommend going to see it.
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