Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997

Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997
Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997

Hong Kong - China
  • Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997
  • Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997
  • Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997
  • Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997
  • Hong Kong exhibition centre - 1997
140,000 people
can be welcomed every day

A symbol of the city’s dynamic economy, Hong Kong exhibition centre was designed and built by our subsidiary, Dragages Hong Kong, on the seafront in Wan Chai. On a 6.5-hectare site reclaimed from the sea, the two 8-storey buildings house three exhibition halls and a 4,500-seat conference centre equipped with innovative equipment for simultaneous translation, lighting and sound, as well as 26 meeting rooms, seven restaurants, an international business centre and a 1,300-place car park. Featuring a glass canopy suspended on the roof at a height of 30 metres, the principal foyer provides a panoramic view of Kowloon. The Exhibition Centre’s place in history is secure: on July 1, 1997, it hosted the ceremony for the handover of Hong Kong to China.