Hongkongers go panda crazy: Photos of 1,600 pandas at HK landmarks

As part of the government’s “Conserving Central” initiative, PMQ has partnered with AllRightsReserved to bring “1600 Pandas World Tour in Hong Kong: Creativity Meets Conservation” to Hongkongers.

Last week the pandas started their tour around Hong Kong and were exhibited at various Hong Kong landmarks. They will end their tour with a three-week exhibition at PMQ. If you want to check out the pandas, be sure to check this website for updates. 

Jetlag is nothing to the 1600 Pandas – they climbed 268-steps to the Big Buddha in Lantau the first day they arrived.

The army of 1600 Pandas visited Ma Wan, the smallest island in Hong Kong, and enjoyed the fresh air on the island and the breeze under the Tsing Ma Bridge.

The 1600 Pandas met new friends at the Mai Po Nature Reserve! They joined forces with the animals at the site to further draw attention to conservation and sustainability.

The pandas wanted to know why horse racing was such a popular event in Hong Kong so they headed to the Sha Tin Racecourse to check it out!

1600 Pandas paid a surprise visit to the busiest district in the city, Mongkok. 

Stars themselves, the 1600 Pandas visited Hong Kong’s hottest tourist spot, The Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Built in 1915, the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower is one of the many declared monuments of Hong Kong. 

One of National Geographic’s “50 Places of a Lifetime” is taking a ride on the star ferry – the pandas did just that and enjoyed the magnificent Victoria Harbour view.

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