St John’s Cathedral
Time Out says
St John’s Cathedral is the oldest Anglican church in Hong Kong and sits atop Government Hill overlooking the financial district. The building itself is English gothic style and built in the shape of a cross, housing the seat of the Archbishop of Hong Kong. The cathedral has seen more than a few things as it was briefly turned into a club during the Japanese occupation and many of its original stained glass windows were stripped out. If you’re in town, their Christmas Eve midnight service draws a massive audience year after year, so start queuing up from 9pm to ensure a seat.