Experience a unique mix of Hong Kong’s past and present as you spot traces of the former British Colony running though Central. Starting at Statue Sqaure, where the adjacent Court of Final Appeal, Cenopath, and City Hall are all major landmarks forming our city’s identity.
Jog along a labyrinth of elevated walkways above busy traffic, and gaze upwards at Central’s many impressive skyscrapers. Set your foot on the Mid-level Escalators, longest outdoor escalators in the world, also visited by Batman the Dark Knight!
Discover the hangout of Dr. Sun Yat Sen and friends, where they plotted a nationwide revolution against the imperial Qing Dynasty which resulted in modern China. The plot was planned in a delightful courtyard still exist today.
Weave through secret alleyways behind the trendy wine & dine neighbourhood of Soho, where you can also explore open street markets, old temples, art galleries, and even a prison compound! Don’t forget to ask your guide for food recommendations and insights on local specialities.
At the former administrative side of Central, pay a visit to the Chief Executive’s resident at Government House, and cool down at St John’s Cathedral, first Anglican church in the Far East. Finish with a post-run stretch next to the lion sculptures at the HSBC Main Building.
This tour is recommended to start outside rush hour (avoid weekdays 8-930am, 12-130pm, 5pm onwards), since Central can get super busy and you will otherwise be slaloming through the crowd.