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Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter  
Causeway Bay

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Characteristics:
Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter is the first typhoon shelter in Hong Kong established in the 1950s with ranks of junks and yachts carpeting the water. Causeway Bay is originally a large natural bay stretching back into the current Victoria Park and streets in the surroundings, where the British first settled here in the 1840s, erecting warehouses along the waterfront. The typhoon shelter has experienced many changes, from the opening of the first cross-harbour tunnel of Hong Kong in 1972, contributing to the rapid development in the district with high-rise buildings, to the reclamation for the construction of Shatin to Central Link between the end of 2011 and early 2014, relocating the anchorage area to the southeastern part of the typhoon shelter.

Filming in the typhoon shelter can capture the daily firing of the Noon Day Gun, which is the only relic of the 19th century traditions.

Facilities:
Breakwaters

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