1881 Heritage - Hongkong
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For others it looks like a castle. Just like how expensive it looks from the outside, the shops here are indeed high-end selling expensive jewelry, watches and high fashion clothing. Most patrons of this mall come from China and have lots of money to spend.
The best time to visit this mall is during holidays, particularly during Christmas time where decorations are displayed in its interiors and exteriors. The tree at the center of the mall with glass staircase is a tourists’ favorite. It will lead you to the Time Ball Tower, a declared monument.
Even if you don’t have money to spend, 1881 Heritage is still worth visiting. You might want to try the restaurant within its premises.
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