Two International Finance Centre (IFC) was added to the IFC mall in 2003 and currently ranks as Hong Kong’s second tallest building (and the tallest on Hong Kong Island) at 1,362 feet (415 meters) and 88 floors. This slender tower, rising above the skyline on Hong Kong Island, was designed by Argentine architect Cesar Pelli.
Many of the building’s upper floors house financial institutions, most notably the Hong Kong Monetary Authority which operates an exhibition area on the 55th floor where visitors can learn about the history of banking in the city while enjoying the spectacular views. Also of interest to travelers is the IFC Mall connecting towers One and Two.
MTR Hong Kong Station sits beneath One and Two IFC and services the MTR Airport Express.