Through such codes, visitors can connect to the website of the Trail and the LCSD's mobile application 'i M Guide' through smart phones to know more about related history and the artists’ creative ideas." The nine artists who participated in this revitalisation project are Mr Steven Chu (curator), Mr Kevin Fung, Mr Ip Ka-wai, Ms Joey Leung, Mr Don Mak, Mr Tang Kwok-hin, Mr Kenneth Tse (curator), Mr Justin Wong and Mr Kacey Wong.
The Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail was set up by Central and Western District Council in 1996, connecting 15 historic spots related to Dr Sun Yat-sen and an information board based on Hong Kong in the time of Dr Sun Yat-sen, making a total of 16 stations on the Trail.
The rooftop deck offers 270-degree panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and includes two outdoor event spaces, one with grass lawn and an outdoor performance venue with 200-person grandstand.
The deck is open from 7am to midnight and admission is free.
In the event that the user gets lost or is reported missing, the emergency rescue teams of the Fire Services Department and the Hong Kong Police Force may search for the user with information recorded to expedite the rescue operation.
The GPS data will be erased automatically after seven days if no incident has been reported.
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The Revitalisation of Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail is one of the key projects to take forward the Government's strategy of enriching the contents of cultural and heritage tourism in Hong Kong.
Together with the PMQ, the Old Town Central promotion campaign by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and the Tai Kwun - formerly Central Police Station Compound - Central and Western District is expected to become the focal point of cultural and heritage tourism.
Under the revitalisation project, nine local artists were invited to create unique artworks to replace the original memorial plaques along the Trail.
By integrating the past and the present with art element, the artists interpreted details of history from when Dr Sun Yat-sen was in Hong Kong in art form to provide a rich and brand new travel experience for visitors and locals.