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Apr 11, 2014

 

ROBERTSONS Solicitors & Notaries, cordially invite all members attending INTA to a Pre-Conference Drink which will be held inside the office at the 57th Floor, The Center, 99 Queen’s Road Central. Our team of professional staff will join together to give our warmest welcome with plenty of food, humour and copious amounts of drink. 
 
The Center is notable for its arrangement of hundreds of neon lights arranged as bars in increasing frequency towards the top of the building, which slowly scroll through the colours of the spectrum at night. Its magnificent view including its iconic lobby, were featured in the film The Dark Knight. The cocktail will be held inside ROBERTSONS’ conference room which is located on the 57th Floor offering breath taking view’s over the whole of Victoria Harbour.
 
Moreover, The Center is located nearby the heart of Central where all the fantastic designer shops are located. Besides, there are also local street markets nearby worth exploring.
 

Hollywood Road - Chinese Antiques and Chinese Art

By taking the Mid-Level Escalator outside the The Center, you can stroll along Hollywood Road which has a number of shops selling Chinese antiques. Also along this street are a number of art galleries selling old block newspaper prints as well as modern paintings. End up at the base of Hollywood Road where the bars begin to spill over from Lan Kwai Fong which is just around the corner (at the end of Hollywood Road turn left at the lights).

 



Lan Kwai Fong – A Night Adventure
Just 5 minutes’ walk from The Center, you will reach the famous Lan Kwai Fong. It is definitely the premiere dining and entertainment destination that you should not miss. Venture down this area you will find yourself in the centre of the city’s hottest, trendiest night spots. Mingle with celebrities and local trend setters at sleek and sexy clubs. It is a world renowned district where there are over 100 restaurants, bars, clubs and shops. It is the “MUST” be place when it comes to nightlife in Hong Kong.


 
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