Day 8. Tai Kwun – Hong Kong’s newest landmark

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We thought we had set our phone alarm for 7.30 a.m. but for some reason we didn’t wake until just after 9.00 a.m. Fortunately, our lie in didn’t affect our schedule and we still had time for breakfast in the hotel before going out.

Untitled Riding the Mid-Levels Escalators, Hong Kong

Our plan for the morning was to take the MRT to Central and then ride on the mid-levels escalators as far as Tai Kwun, the former Central Police Station. The buildings have now been transformed into a centre for heritage and arts, funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club in partnership with the Government of Hong Kong SAR. Admission is free of charge but numbers are strictly limited to 3,500 at any one time, so before leaving home we had pre-booked a visiting time of 11.30 a.m. It was actually quiet when we arrived and a sign by the…

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