Bogong pier is a public pier in Hong Kong, next to the square. There are no busy ships and noisy tour groups, most tourists walk along the seawall after the street. Walking to the pier, against the railing, the sea breeze gently across the face, the air is a trace of salty and wet from the sea, very leisurely.
Just by the Stanley beach, the wharf is also quite historic. It complements the Murray Building next to it. The wharf has an arched roof and many locals sit inside. It feels relaxed and the sea breeze blows.
It turned out that the Bu Kung Wharf was moved from Central, and it has also become an attraction. Standing on the floating platform at the ring head, you can enjoy the endless sea of thought, and some people are fishing by the railing, which is a good place to relax.
Stanley is quite a tourist spot, but the area is beautiful with its unique architecture. You can see more of British side of Hong Kong than Chinese side. It located on a peninsula on the southeastern part of Hong Kong Island. the British made Stanley the temporary administrative centre, before moving it to the newly founded Victoria City.
The Hong Kong government has really taken great pains to protect the old buildings! Pak Kung Ferry Pier was originally located on Pedder Street in Central. It was a boarding place for important people visiting Hong Kong, such as the Hong Kong Governor. Later it gave way to the newly built Star Ferry Pier in Central. The cast iron truss on the roof of the Bogong Wharf was moved to the park to be used as the roof of the pavilion. It was not until 2007 that the Stanley Waterfront Improvement Project was rebuilt here, and the original roof was moved back. So when you come to Bu Gong Wharf, don't forget to look up at the gazebo on the wharf and the lights, which are real old objects.