The company had a meeting on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. We arrived in Hong Kong one day earlier. The next morning we took a taxi with our colleagues. The taxi driver put us at the door of the office building and asked the security guard. He walked around the IFC Mall for a long time and found it. He wore formal clothes, stepped on high heels, and wore over 30 degrees of high temperature. It was not easy to find it. Fortunately, he was not late.
The trading square is luxurious, quiet and warm. Along the escalator with waterfalls on both sides, there are several restaurants with Michelin Star. The walls of the hall are scattered with some more obscure and abstract paintings. Around is a viewing platform, IFC lights and shadows have a panoramic view. Outside there are many lovely sculptures.
Trading Plaza, as its name implies, is the location of major stock exchanges. Get out of the Central Metro Station and walk on the overpass. In a short time, you can see the sign pointing to the trading square. Flyover here is also a gathering place for Filipino servants, maybe similar to the fellow countrymen's club or something, haha. Looking out from the overpass, you can see all the towering buildings in Central. IFC is right next to the trading square.
One of my favorite skycrapers in Hong Kong, the Exchange Square Towers were once harbour front properties but with consistent land reclamations in the last twenty years, the towers are now waterviewed buildings. I really like the simple lines of this prominent building. Of course the significance of the Exchange Square is that it houses the HK stock exchange, talk about world wide economic influence! The American Club HK is also located here, talk about a little piece of home away from home!
Exchange Plaza is surrounded by reinforced concrete. It is the location of Hong Kong's exchange. The whole complex consists of three buildings and the IFC International Financial Center next to it. The whole square is in mid-air. There are some abstract sculptures and a small fountain in the square. Below the square is the bus terminus in Central. Buses from Central to Stanley, Shallow Bay and Peak Square mostly start here.
Every morning at 9 o'clock in CCTV-2, I hear "the opening of Hong Kong stock market", the original Hong Kong Stock Exchange is here. Like Wall Street in the United States, I hope that the stock market will grow "cattle", so of course there is no lack of the statue of cattle in the square. As a grass-roots small shareholder hurt by the bear market, I sincerely hope that the stock market will grow stronger.
Mmmmm yum! Only $30 for this platter and more than enough for 2! Came late after the lunch rush otherwise be prepared to wait a while.
Trading Plaza is also relatively high and special in the surrounding buildings. Of course, it can not be compared with the IFC on the edge, but it is also the most concentrated place of high-level office shopping malls and hotels, which can be seen from the IFC shopping.
Hong Kong Exchange Square, located in the Central Recreation Square, has convenient transportation. It is adjacent to Hong Kong Metro Station with shopping malls on the ground floor and bus stops. There are many footbridges connecting the surrounding buildings and shopping malls. Its geographical location is very good.