One Peking is a prime grade A building in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui district, a major area for business and commerce in Kowloon.
Designed by renowned Rocco Design Architects for its unique sail-like design, One Peking features stunning panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the city skyline. It was awarded HKIA Medal of the Year in 2003.
A green and intelligence building, One Peking makes full use of natural lighting and energy saving facilities, electricity generated is directly applied to the active façade system which operates the blinds via a sun sensor, optimizing the indoor temperature.
The building is located close to major banking and financial institutions, with twelve stories were designed as grade "A" office floor. Christian Dior, Cartier, China Unicom, UBS and Bank Sinopac are your neighbouring tenants. Seven stories for F&B like aqua and Hutong; four basement carpark levels, three-storey high-end boutique stores, including Cartier, Dior, and Miu Miu.
Directly connect to Exit L5 Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station and it's just five minutes from China Ferry Terminal. One Peking offers excellent transport connections, locally, nationally and internationally. Many of Hong Kong’s landmark attractions – including Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Star Ferry Terminal, 1881 Heritage, and Avenue of Stars – are just a stroll away.
24 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport by Airport Express Train. Complimentary Airport Express Shuttle Bus Service from/to Kowloon Airport Express Station and The Langham Hong Kong
Directly connect to Exit L5 Tsim Sha Tsui Station; 9 minutes walk to East Tsim Sha Tsui Station, which connect to Shenzhen, Mainland China in 50 mins
5 minutes ride to Kowloon Airport Express Station
3 minutes to bus station
5 minutes walk to Star Ferry & China Ferry Terminal
One Peking is situated in the heart of the Tsim Sha Tsui, a major area for business and commerce.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Servcorp offices are located on level 12 of One Peking.
Level 12 features colour ink painting by renowned Asian artist Hu-hui. His paintings show his deep connection with the countryside. Hu’s work can be found in ChangAn Folk Custom Museum, Anbu Peony Garden in Tokyo and in private collection locally and overseas.
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