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is located in Causeway Bay & was the first typhoon shelter in Hong Kong.
It is currently largely filled in, as part of road development works.
Very open view
A good shot point to take pic, I think the best time is at dusk
Hong Kong was once an important transit port between China and the rest of the world, so viewing the magnificent Victoria Harbour from a place other than the Peak or Tsim Sha Tsui surely is a special experience. From the smell of the stinky harbour...More
If you come to see the Noonday gun (come at noon otherwise nothing to see as it is covered) then you may be tempted to search for the typhoon barrier. Don't be. It is just a pile of rocks with some boats moored at the...More
The Causeway Bay Shelter is a typhoon refuge location and not much of a tourist attraction. There is little to see here other than a few remaining old vessels and some more modern yachts that are often parked in these waters. One reason to consider...More
Perfect place to gaze at the Victoria Harbour with BYO drinks. Just don't pay a visit now - it's currently under construction. Walk over to the Wan Chai coastline to escape from the pungent construction smell.