Edinburgh Place is a plaza near Victoria Harbour in the heart of Hong Kong. Built after the Second World War, it is the result of the early reclamation project of the Central Ring of Hong Kong Island. It is also considered a model of Hong Kong's modern practical architectural complex after World War II, and even the coastal public space of Hong Kong's urban area. Typical example. Above the square are Edinburgh Square Pier, Queen's Wharf, Hong Kong City Hall (high and low blocks), three-story car park (East Block and West Block), and the Hong Kong City Hall Memorial Garden, which is one of the landmarks on the waterfront in Central.
There are a small number of barrier-free facilities, including ramps for entrances and exits and wide passages. The design fully considers the needs of wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility. In most places, the passageways are designed to be broad and suitable for people with wheelchairs and mobility impairments.
One of the landmarks of Edinburgh Square Central, wheelchair users can go alone.
Address : Central, Edinburgh Pl, 5
- There is 1 main entrance, and the tunnel from the waterfront to Edinburgh Place is flat and wide, which is very suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- There is a ladder beside the main entrance and a ramp beside it
- Most places are designed with wide passageways, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons to enter and exit
- All places with stairs are equipped with ramps
- The ramp is relatively flat, so wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility can easily get on and off
- There is no accessible toilet