"1881" is a Victorian building that was originally the headquarters of the Hong Kong Marine Police. It was later converted into a large shopping mall. There are many international brand flagship stores, jewellery and watch shops, fashion shops, etc., as well as many high-end restaurants and fashionable bars. , So that visitors can enjoy wine and delicacies while watching the scenery of Victoria Harbour. "1881" also has a guided tour of historical sites. Visitors can go to the exhibition hall in the mall to learn more about the historical development of "1881".
1881 is a Victorian building that was originally the headquarters of the Hong Kong Marine Police. It was later converted into a large shopping mall. There are not many barrier-free facilities, including elevators and accessible toilets. A small part of uneven places is equipped with ramps. The road is relatively flat and wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
Exit L6 of MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station. There are no entrances to parks and shopping malls. There are stone steps at the entrances of some shops. People in wheelchairs may need help from staff.
- The main entrance of 1881 is located on Salisbury Road. The park and shopping mall entrances are very wide and without any doors. It is very suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
- However, there are doors or stone steps at the entrance of the store, which is not suitable for people with wheelchairs/handicapped
- Parks and lobby plazas are designed with wide passages, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons to enter and exit
- But the museum is narrow, only enough for a wheelchair to pass
- There is only 1 lift on each floor
- There are stairs in many places, special detours to ramps and elevators are required to go up and down
- The ramp is fairly flat, allowing wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility to go up and down on their own
- There is an accessible toilet in the mall