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Bank of China Tower

Bank of China Tower

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Height: 367.4 metres
Floors: 70
Architect: I.M. Pei

The prism-like façade of the 367.4m Bank of China Tower has become one of Hong Kong skyline’s most recognisable and appreciated features. The work of renowned Chinese–American architect I.M. Pei, the 70-storey building's asymmetrical form is pure geometry and has been compared to a bamboo plant, which extends its trunk successively higher with each new burst of growth. An observation deck on the 43rd floor provides good views of Central.

Did you know?

If the Bank of China Tower gives you a sense of déjà vu, you must be a Trekkie! A digitally modified image of the building was used as the Starfleet Communications Research Center in the TV series Star Trek: Voyager.

Info
Address:
1 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
Website:
www.bochk.com
How to get there

MTR Central Station, Exit J2. Pass through Chater Garden and walk towards Garden Road.

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