This is an opera performance to the Hong Kong Cultural and Art Center. It's very well located, close to Victoria Harbour, next to the Bell Tower. The center has a general appearance, and the inclined pillars extending from the building even make people feel a little depressed, but the interior sound effect is good. There are simple restaurants like Starbucks in it. It's obvious that the actors'passage is very convenient for those who are looking for the actors' signature photos to catch the big names here. If you come out at night after the performance, you can see the night scenery, and there are many restaurants nearby. It's only ten minutes'walk to Harbour City.
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre has introduced a lot of history and Hong Kong's art and culture. It has restored the process of Hong Kong's art development in the form of time axis. There are also many humanities introductions, including Bruce Lee's and Jin Yong's life, which are very rich in an exhibition hall.
To go to the Hong Kong Cultural Center, you must have a look. Eat: the morning tea and Cantonese food in Yinyue Tower are good and the price is acceptable; listen and see: there are wonderful performances almost every night; the Art Center has to cover two floors, so you won't have a chance to see the exhibition in four years, and you still haven't seized the last chance. In addition, the goods of art shops are especially worth buying, which is several times higher than the domestic high price performance-price ratio.
After many passes through the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, we can only see its shape, and it is difficult to see its interior. Today, I went to see "Illusive Colors Yong Xiangjiang". It is said that the front of the cultural center is the best viewing location. It was unexpectedly discovered that its performing arts building was open to the outside world and its interior was magnificent.
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is adjacent to the Hong Kong Space Museum. It passes through a long outdoor corridor to reach the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The cultural center building is very tall. There are many Wenchuan shops and restaurants on the first floor. There are many tables and chairs on both sides of the first floor. Some staff who are planning performances are busy among them. It was rainstorm in Hong Kong, and there were a group of special sculptures on the square in front of the cultural center. They were busy elites wearing raincoats, but unfortunately I couldn't join them in the heavy rain.
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre is located in an advantageous position on the coast of Tsim Sha Tsui with advanced equipment and a concert hall with 2,085 seats. Its design is exquisite and it can produce excellent sound effects. The grand theatre with 1,734 seats is equipped with state-of-the-art technical facilities (including stage change system and electric rotating Orchestra seats). The shape of the cultural center is like a rally knife. The streamlined roof is simple and elegant. It surrounds the upper columnar of the triangular space of the building and harmonizes with the building itself. The old site of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre is the main station of the old Kowloon-Canton Railway. After the demolition of the site, the existing cultural center complex has been built, and the bell tower of the main station has been preserved to this day. Advanced equipment, including a concert hall with 2100 seats, two grand theatres, an experimental theatre, an art gallery, and six exhibition halls, including a variety of facilities. The centre attracts a variety of top-notch artists to perform here, including concerts, operas, musicals, large-scale dances, dramas and experimental plays. It is also an ideal venue for film appreciation, conferences and exhibitions. It is currently managed by the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department and is the main performing venue in Hong Kong.
Recently, during the Chinese Opera Festival, there are many groups from the Mainland to perform. There is a handling fee for buying tickets online. You can collect tickets by yourself in the ticket office, pick up tickets in convenience stores and mail them to your home. There is a discount for buying three full sheets.
The Bell Tower on both sides of Victoria Harbour is a classic one with a sense of age. Close to the Tsimshatsui Wharf, you can see it directly from the Tianxin Ferry, beside which are the Hong Kong Art Museum and the Hong Kong Space Museum, which often have performances and exhibitions.
The Hong Kong Cultural Center is a historical building with a rather atmospheric appearance. It faces the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center across the sea. When we went there that day, there was a band performing. We watched a performance for a while.
The Hong Kong Cultural Center, a large cultural center, has many exhibitions and performances. It is not suitable to visit in the morning. It can only look at the appearance, because you live in the opposite Peninsula Hotel. Next to it is the clear terrace. You can see the beautiful scenery of Victoria Harbour. The weather is good. It's really beautiful. It's all beautiful pictures.