Statue Square is a must-see Hong Kong attraction, with its dazzling ensemble of modernist buildings. The HSBC headquarters building - featuring on most Hong Kong dollar notes and designed by Norman Foster - forms the south side of the square, and just to the east of it is I M Pei's Bank of China Tower, where visitors can ascend to the 43rd of the building's 72 floors for a particularly stunning view of Central. Less distinguished but equally prominent buildings jostle around them, towering over the colonial remnant of St John's Cathedral. In more antiquated contrast, the Legislative Council Building, formerly the Supreme Court, on the east side of the square, houses Hong Kong's partly elected assembly. Standing beside the Star Ferry terminal is the soaring 88-storey International Finance Centre (known as 'Two IFC' - One IFC building is older and much smaller), home to a Four Seasons hotel and the city's showpiece shopping mall, as well as a cinema and a fine portfolio of cafés, restaurants and bars.