Statue SquareCurrently Open
- Address: Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Walking Area, Statue, Square, Family And Kids
Statue Square is famous for the Pilipino that gather there on every Sunday, otherwise it is just a little square in the middle of Central. The young ladies come to Statue Square on their day off to socialize with each other.
During Hong Kong's Annual Winter Fest, the square becomes the enchanting Santa's Town. Visitors will be treated to a huge, dazzling Christmas tree and a number of other whimsical sights, including a replica of Santa's post office, Santa's lodge, and a Wishing Corner.
Being a well-known traveling spot, reaching this place would not be a problem for the visitors.
- It is a quiet and peaceful place to enjoy the midday meal.
- It’s much more crowded on Saturday.
- The square provides the opportunity to view some of Hong Kong's finest buildings.
- Central Station
- Aqua : Seafood
- Tim Ho Wan : Dim sum
- Yat Lok : Roasted goose
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6.67% of people who visit Hong Kong include Statue Square in their plan
75% of people start their Statue Square visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Statue Square
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Statue Square
Great open area in the middle of the Central Station area. Plenty of shops around, and some nice hidden gem bars. The square itself has sheltered seating, nice water features and fountains, and every Christmas it gets really heavily decorated. It's a good place to sit and just reflect on your next series of steps into downtown Hong Kong!
A bustling area full of socializing and people expressing themselves creatively through dance or religiously. On the day I was there it was full of Filipino workers on their day off. And a congregation of seemingly religious looking cohort filled up the opposite side of the street. Beautiful architecture are sprawled around the square with a reputable mall within walking distance.
A historical square full of Philippines maid, especially on Sunday and public holiday. You might choose to walk by because there were other main monuments in Central district which worth visiting and taking photos.
Nice and relaxing. Away from the rush. A must see to relax at.
Its a very beautiful small square, but too many tourists and very loud (non-HK people) who talk on the phone and/or laugh obnoxiously, which is expected becauses it's in Central but sometimes you just wish you could get a quiet lunch break from work or from the hustle and bustle.