Although not the tallest they stand because of their shape, which is very interesting. I believe linked to the Australian beer magnate Alan Bond. Like many other buildings on Hong Kong Island, worth seeing.
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We first saw this building when we were on the Ding Ding and then I had to come back just to get a closer look. We didn’t even go inside but just was in awe of its architecture. We spent about 10 minutes just walking...More
This building is situated at Admiralty near the Central District. It is now called Lippo Centre, but it was originaly called the Bond Centre. I do not quite remember whether it was named after Alan Bond, and the stories behind. I recollect that there was...More
These hard to miss twin office towers, completed in 1988, are meant to suggest koalas hugging trees. No coincidence as these towers were previously known as Bond Centre, after Perth-based beer magnate and America’s Cup winner Alan Bond. You will still find a reminder of...More
Hong Kong is full of Skyscrapers. Many are lighted and show their glory at night while the Lippo Centre shares it's glory during the day. Interesting and intriguing, a curiosity for fans of architecture and uniqueness. Best appreciated from the outside and at a bit...More
We walked past this earlier on our way through the town and both commented that the building looked like it was playing tetris! Interesting architecture, but that's about it.
Twp office towers in Admiralty, Lippo Centre is special in its appearance. People who love taking photos may like to come and see what it looks like and use your imagination. Not much to see otherwise.
Lippo Centre is famous for its interesting appearance. It is a commercial building. I do not think that it is really a tourist attractions to visit. Of course, tourists may like to take picture of this building.