These days it's called Jardine House but when it was originally built in the early 70's it was called tjhe Connaught Centre and was Hong Kong's highest building. In fact it was Hong Kong's very first official skyscraper. I must admit that I had no idea the central walkway system (or at least the part around here) was also quite so old. Anyway, see for yourself.
I'm a bit curious about the green metallic walkway in the screen grabs. First glance makes it look like a precursor to the modern glass version you see in the Streetview capture, however, I suspect that this may have been the conveyor belt from the harbourfront to the General Post Office - carrying bulk mail from the office to and from the post office boats. Can anyone confirm?