Fodor's Expert Review Hong Kong City Hall
The performances at City Hall, ranging from the New York Philharmonic to the Bee Gees, and the Royal Danish Ballet to the People's Liberation Army Comrade Dance Troupe, are varied but consistently excellent. Two buildings make up the chunky '60s-era complex, divided by a World War II memorial garden and shrine. The 1,500-seat concert hall and a smaller theater are in the low-rise block, as is the massive Maxim's City Palace, a clattering restaurant with good dim sum. The high-rise building has an exhibition space and a smaller recital hall. Performances are usually held Friday and Saturday evenings.