St. Andrew's Church is the oldest Christian church in Kowloon. It was built with a donation from Sir Chater in 1904, and the foundation was laid by the Anglican Bishop of Victoria Hoyosser. The first three buildings constructed in St. Andrew's Church are of the Gothic Revival style, with red brick exterior walls, pointed arched windows, curved window grilles and stained glass windows. The church has undergone many restoration projects, and in 2006 was awarded the "Excellence Award for the Conservation of Cultural Relics and Historic Sites in the Asia-Pacific Region" by UNESCO.
St. Andrew's Church is an old historical building with few barrier-free facilities, including accessible toilets and a small number of uneven places with ramps. The ramps are relatively flat and wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
St. Andrew's Church is an old historical building with few barrier-free facilities. It is recommended for wheelchair users and escorts to go together.
- The main entrance and exit of the church are equipped with stone steps, and the disabled need to use the ramp at the entrance of the car road to enter and exit
- The passageway design is wide in most places
- But many places inside and outside the church have stone steps and no ramps, so wheelchair users c annot get on and off alone
- The seed garden outside the church is equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily go up and down
- St. Andrew's Church has an accessible toilet.