The Chinese People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong Building is one of many structures that make up the iconic Hong Kong Skyline. It is also referred to as the Prince of Wales Building.
Built in the 1970s, the building is only 28 floors high, making it one of the shorter members of the army of skyscrapers on Hong Kong Island. You can recognise the Prince of Wales building by its elevated narrow base supporting the higher floors, which are of a classic rectangular shaped structure. Unfortunately, with its lack of height and somewhat dull appearance, this is not one of the more exciting buildings to look when scanning the skyline.
Today, this is where you can find the headquarters of the People's Liberation Army Hong Kong Garrison. As far as I know, the public isn't allowed access into the building so best to just have a quick look while in Central and carry on with your other sightseeing endeavours.
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