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Signal Hill Garden

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Signal Hill Garden
Photograph: Courtesy cc/wikicommons/mk2010

Time Out says

Inside this garden stands a 62-foot-tall Signal Tower that was built by the Hong Kong Observatory in 1907 to house a time-ball apparatus used to signal time to mariners and the public. The tower ceased operations in 1933 and became a declared monument in 2015. Since then, the tower has become a unique place where visitors can make their way up inside the tower – via a very narrow spiral staircase – for scenic views of the surrounding area as well as Victoria Harbour. Those who don't want to go for the climb can settle in the garden instead, where there are benches and a pavilion that also offer views of the harbour.


Minden Row, Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong
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