Century-old underground reservoir in Hong Kong open for free guided tours from December 15 for 6 months

A century-old underground reservoir in Hong Kong that was saved from demolition will be open for free guided tours from mid-December to allow residents to view the massive arched structure up close.The service reservoir, located in Bishop Hill at Shek Kip Mei will be open for six months after the completion of preliminary restoration that cost HK$20 million (US$2.6 million).Visitors can also share their views through a survey on the reservoir’s long-term revitalisation, according to officials…

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