Every few months, a new high rise building appears in Hong Kong, seemingly out of nowhere. I don’t really know this, but based on my observations, it seems to be mandatory that with each towering piece of real-estate, some kind of public viewing platform is to be built as well. So what happens, is that with each new building a set of new views are being created. The older and smaller buildings and the streets are seen from yet another new angle.
These night time shots are from the viewing deck of the new Hysan Place mall in Causeway Bay. The public terrace is not very high up, but maybe the views are actually more interesting.
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