United Christian College (Kowloon East) is a private Christian middle school established in 2003. The school is located in New Clear Water Bay Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
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Tung Wah Hospital (Chinese: 東華醫院) is a hospital in Hong Kong under the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals.
Tong Fuk (Chinese: 塘福, formerly 塘㙏) is a village and an area on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. It is a popular place for holiday recreation.
Tamar (Chinese: 添馬) is a 4.2-hectare site which was the former location of the naval basin attached to the headquarters of the British Forces Overseas Hong Kong.
Tai Tam or Tytam is an area in Southern District on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Tai Tam means a big pool in the Chinese language which illustrates a triangular bay, namely Tai Tam Bay between Stanley Peninsula, D'Aguilar Peak and Tai Tam Tuk (大潭篤, …
Sun Hung Kai Centre (Chinese: 新鴻基中心) is a skyscraper in Wan Chai, on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.
Stubbs Road connects Happy Valley and The Peak area on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, through an area near the Wong Nai Chung Gap. It runs uphill from Queen's Road East and goes through a residential area of luxurious high-rise tower blocks.
Southorn Playground (Chinese: 修頓遊樂場, 修頓球場) is a sports and recreational facility in the Wan Chai area of Hong Kong.
Sok Kwu Wan (Chinese: 索罟灣) or Picnic Bay (Chinese: 野餐灣) is a bay in the Middle East coast of Lamma Island, Hong Kong.
Sai Wan (西灣; lit. "West Bay") is a beach in Sai Kung, Hong Kong. To distinguish it from other bays and beaches of the same name, it is commonly known as Tai Long Sai Wan, as it is one of the four beaches of Tai Long Wan. It came first in the Hong Ko…
Prince Edward Road East and Prince Edward Road West are roads in Kowloon, Hong Kong, going in an east-west direction and linking Tai Kok Tsui, Mong Kok, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon City and San Po Kong (outside the retired Kai Tak Airport).
Mount Davis is an area surrounding and including the westernmost hill on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.
Ma Shi Chau (Chinese: 馬屎洲 Cantonese: ma5 si2 zau1, literally meaning "horse excrement island") is an island of Hong Kong, under the administration of Tai Po District. It is located in Tolo Harbour in the northeast New Territories (near Sam Mun Tsai)…
Lugard Road (traditional Chinese: 盧吉道; simplified Chinese: 卢吉道; pinyin: Lújí Dào; Cantonese Yale: lou4 gat1 dou6) is a road located on Victoria Peak, Hong Kong, named after Sir Frederick Lugard, governor from 1907 to 1912. Located some 400 metres (1…
The following is a non exhaustive list of private housing estates in Sha Tin District, Hong Kong.
Kwum Yam Shrine is a Taoist shrine at the southeastern end of Repulse Bay, in the southern part of Hong Kong Island.
Kwong Wah Hospital (Chinese: 廣華醫院) is a 1,141-bed public, teaching hospital in Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong. Located on 25 Waterloo Road, the hospital was founded by the Tung Wah Group in 1911, and managed by the Hospital Authority since 1991. It provides …
Knutsford Terrace (Chinese: 諾士佛台) is a terrace street in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon in Hong Kong.
King's Road is a major east-west street along the northern shore of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, extending from Causeway Bay, where it joins Causeway Road, to Sai Wan Ho, where it joins Shau Kei Wan Road.
Kau Sai Chau (Chinese: 滘西洲) is an island located off the coast of Sai Kung of Hong Kong, with an area of 6.70 km², making it the 6th largest island of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Baptist Hospital (HKBH) is an 800-bed private hospital located in the Kowloon area of Hong Kong. Founded in 1963, it was the first private hospital in Hong Kong.
HSBC Centre (Chinese: 滙豐中心; Jyutping: wui6 fung1 zung1 sam1) is an office building of HSBC in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
The General Post Office (abbreviated: GPO; Chinese: t 郵政總局, s 邮政总局, p Yóuzhèng Zǒngjú; Cantonese: Yau4-jing3 Jung2-guk6) is the headquarters of Hongkong Post. Built in 1976, it is located at Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong. The office is adjacen…
The Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC) in Hong Kong is a members-only club and meeting place for the media, business and diplomatic community.
Discovery Park (Chinese: 愉景新城) is a residential development in Hong Kong, located at 398 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan in the New Territories.
The Court of Appeal of the High Court of Hong Kong is the second most senior court in the Hong Kong legal system. It deals with appeals on all civil and criminal cases from the Court of First Instance and the District Court. It is one of two courts …
The Cosco Tower (Chinese: 中遠大廈; Jyutping: zung1 jyun5 daai6 haa6) is an office tower in the Grand Millennium Plaza in western Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The tower has a total structural height of 228 m (748 ft).
Connaught Place, formerly called Connaught Centre, is a square near Jardine House in Central, Hong Kong.
Queen's Road East (皇后大道東) is a street in Wan Chai, in the north of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, connecting Admiralty in the west to Happy Valley in the east.
The AIA Tower (Chinese: 友邦廣場) is a skyscraper located in the North Point area of Hong Kong.
Sunset Peak or Tai Tung Shan (Chinese: 大東山) is the third highest peak in Hong Kong. It is situated on Lantau Island within Lantau South Country Park and Lantau North Country Park and stands at a height of 869 metres (2,851 ft) above the sea level.
EcoPark (Chinese: 環保園) located in Tuen Mun Area 38, on west side of Hong Kong, is similar to an industrial park exclusively for waste recycling and environmental engineering.
Yung Shue Wan (Chinese: 榕樹灣, Banyan Bay) is the main population centre on Lamma Island, Hong Kong, China.
Yau Tong (Chinese: 油塘) is an area of Hong Kong, located in the southeastern end of Kowloon, between Lei Yue Mun and Lam Tin, at the east shore of Victoria Harbour, west of Tseung Kwan O.
Wyndham Street is a one-way street in Central, Hong Kong.
Wong Nai Chung Gap (Chinese: 黃泥涌峽) (Meaning: The gorge that yellow mud is gushing out of) is a geographic gap in the middle of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The gap is between Mount Nicholson and Jardine's Lookout behind Wong Nai Chung. Five roads …