Tour of group 0 in Wan Chai

viewing old and new buildings with us on the tour

Tour of group 0 in Wan Chai

Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

Created By: Maggie Lai

Tour Information

Wan Chai has many historical buildings that remain and be revitalized. During this tour, we will have a look at those meaningful buildings together.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Built around 1847-1852. Grade I historic buildings in Hong Kong now. Temple for people to visit to keep the ship safe. Mainly worshipping Hung Shing.
Built in 1888 Grade II historic buildings in Hong Kong Traditional tong lau shophouse Both residential and commercial functions in early days Became pawnshop in 1947 signage -> a bat holding a coin   “Johnston Road Redevelopment Proje... Read more
Wedding Card Street (囍帖街) Print shops began to gather in the 1950s Producing wedding invitations, lai see, fai chun in the 1970s   Shopping mall in 2015 Called Lee Tung Avenue Chinese name is same as the street name Combined Chinese ... Read more
Old Wan Chai Post Office was built in 1913 used as a post office from 1915 to 1992 Became the first Environmental Resource Centre of the Environmental Protection Department in 1993 after renovated aims to prompte environmentllay friendly ...
Built in 1922, it is listed as a "Grade 1 Historic Building" It was the earliest Chinese hospital in Hong Kong call Hua Tuo Hospital Lim Cho is Lim Sai Wing's nephew, Lim Cho, used the building as a martial arts school and a Dit Da clinic i... Read more
"1963" is the year when the tenement building was built 木十豆寸 is part of a Chinese word  (樹) which mean tree   because there is a tree next to the tenement building so the restaurant name call 1963木十豆寸   Interior decora... Read more
Build in 1997 Celebrate Handover of Hong Kong on 1st July, 1997 The meaning of bauhinia is harmonious family relationship (China and Hong Kong) Hong Kong can always be prosperous Meaning of the sculpture of The Great Wall of China is China... Read more


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