"IFC 2" Skyscrapers Tip by leffe3

Skyscrapers, Hong Kong: 61 reviews and 92 photos

The International Finance Centre Two is the tallest building in Hong Kong (although it is about to lose this claim when the International Commerce Centre is completed). Built opposite the Star Ferry and Outlying Islands Ferry stations, it's in a prime location. Built adjoining IFC 1 (completed in 1998) the IFC 2 is 88 storeys and 420 metres high (twice the size of its older neighbour) and as such is the 6th tallest building in the world.

Within the joint lower levels of IFC 1 and IFC 2 is the Hong Kong Airport Express Station, a huge shopping mall (what else!) as well as the Four Seasons Hotel. In keeping with its useage, on the 55th Floor of IFC 2 there is an exhibiiton area and a Library of the HK Monetary Authority Information Centre open to the public.

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  • Updated Jun 11, 2007
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