An interesting historic square between Central and Admiralty. The name is because there are statues of historical figures.
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Statue square is one of the best places to visit in Central in HKG. Surrounded by beautiful fountain and historic buildings of Supreme Court and HSBC, this place has a splendid view of HSBC. Convenient to reach by Tram, ferry, MTR and can spend time...More
This Square once housed many statues - now it's down to one, following looting of the metal in the others by the Japanese during World War II. The statue is that of Sir Thomas Jackson, once Chairman of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, which...More
It's not a place you well go crazy about as a sight seeing place. But it's a good place to just remember those who fell for us in the wars and say a quick thank you !. It's in the central of Central where all...More
The place offers a relaxed and casual environment. It is a good stop if you are tired of the hectic movements due to travel.
This place is basically an area of concrete with some interesting artwork and offers a place for workers to sit and enjoy the sun or just take a break. Avoid on Sundays when the Filipino amahs take this place over. There are no facilities here...More
Statue Square in itself is not exactly a tourist destination. It's a nice little square with some places to sit if you need a break. Other than that, it's not much. However, if you visit Statue Square on a Sunday you will get to see...More