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Central and Western Heritage Trail

Central Route

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Original Site of Zhongguo Ri Bao (China Daily) Office
24 Stanley Street

Established in 1900 by Chen Shaobai on the orders of Dr Sun Yat-sen to publish propaganda against the Qing government, the China Daily also provided a meeting place for the Xing Zhong Hui (Hsing Chung Hui or Revive China Society). This historic site is now marked by the Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail. (A memorial plaque can be found at 19 Stanley Street)

C22 Government House
C23 Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
C24 Former Victoria Prison Compound
C25 Former Central Magistracy
C26 Former Central Police Station Compound
C27 Original Site of Xing Yan Lou Western Restaurant
C28 Original Site of the Zhongguo Ri Bao (China Daily) Office
C29 Commemorative Plaque for Dr Jose Rizal
C30 Original Site of He Ji Zhan
C31 Old Dairy Farm Building (Foreign Correspondents' Club & Fringe Club)
C32 Bishop's House
C33 St. Paul's Church
C34 Duddell Street Steps and Gas Lamps
C35 Original Site of the Pedder Street Clock Tower
C36 Pedder Building
C37 Commemorative Plaque for the Original Waterfront in 1841
C38 Commemorative Plaque for the Praya Reclamation of 1843-1865
C39 Commemorative Plaque for the Praya Reclamation of 1890-1904
C40 Original Site of the General Post Office



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