Queen is gone, Palace remains in Hong Kong.
There was Queen’s Pier in Central named after Queen Victoria. The pier witnessed the official arrival in #HongKong of all of Hong Kong's governors since 1925; Elizabeth II landed there in 1975, but was closed in 2008.
The 60-year-old Hong Kong City Hall recently became a declared monument of Hong Kong. You can visit the public library inside or check out the modern design of it.
Although the Queen’s Pier is gone because of land reclamation, the “Palace” remains, which is the Maxim’s Palace inside the City Hall where you can enjoy Yum Cha. Also you can visit the City Hall Memorial Garden. It was built in memory of the soldiers and citizens who died in defence of Hong Kong in the Second World War.