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Chater Road is one of Hong Kong’s most historic thoroughfares, named after Sir Paul Chater, a prominent businessman who helped shape the city in its early days. It is closed to traffic on Sundays, when visitors can amble along in peace, and enjoy the fun events that take place here from time to time, such as the "Central Rat Race" and the "Classic Car Club Chater Road Show". Notable buildings along its length include LANDMARK CHATER, LANDMARK ALEXANDRA and LANDMARK PRINCE’S, all in the LANDMARK portfolio, and the venerable Hong Kong Club and award-winning Mandarin Oriental hotel.