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Far East Financial Centre - A Golden Skyscraper in Admiralty, Hong Kong

Far East Financial Centre - Admiralty, Hong KongFar East Financial Centre is a 48-storey skyscraper in Admiralty, Hong Kong. It is one of the most notable structures in the city's skyline because of its shimmering golden hue.

Gold is universally acknowledged, and especially by the Chinese, as the color of wealth. During the building's develeopment, the designers were given a simple instruction: to create a straightforward building with no embellishments, as long as it was in gold!

Completed in 1982, the highrise was nicknamed 'The Amah's Tooth' because its striking color makes it stand out much like the gold tooth in an old granny's smile.

For some, the building adds a golden sparkle that cuts the monotony on the city's silver-grey skyline. For others, the tower is an eyesore, sticking out like a sore thumb.

Far East Financial Centre is located at 16 Harcourt Road, only a 5-minute walk from Admiralty MTR Station. Tenants include listed companies in finance, accounting and law sector. Building facilities include open and covered carpark, conference halls, shopping arcade and health club.

Other nearby landmarks are Pacific Place, Queensway Plaza, and Lippo Centre Towers.

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