RepliesDrumMaster4: Thank you.Yes I made them myself
TekinusT: Thanks again, as you can see I replied personnaly
Tankman: Thank you
Tigeria: I also responded to you personnaly
Guibanez_ Thanks for dropping by
Kelistmatic: Thank you
Reikhart : Thank You technically it wasn't BATing
_marsh_ : Thank you veery much for your opinion. I'll explain more in this update. I fixed the textures in roofs btw
Jamonbread: It's nice you dropped by
Schulmanator: thank you, It isn't BAT actually
Kowloon Park & Tsim Sha Tsui Here is the real thing
In the 1830s, some westerners found that Victoria Harbour was an ideal anchorage place for vessels. At that time, the site of the later Kowloon Park was an important military base over-looking the Harbour. In 1861, the British occupied Kowloon peninsula and named the base as Whitfield Barracks.
Kowloon Park was officially opened on 24 June 1970 by the then Governor, Sir David Trench. In 1989, the park was redeveloped at a cost of $300 million, which was funded by the then Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club.
The park has a total area of 13.3 hectares, offering a full range of active and passive recreational facilities to the public. Due to topographical and other site constraints, the northern part of Kowloon Park is selected for active recreational area whereas the passive amenities area is mainly in the south.
My Sketchup BAT's fail!
It would be possible if I had Sketchup pro. But I don't have the pro version. And if you don't have the pro version the KMZ and DAE files are encrypted.
So there isn't any wayout for me
If anybody wants to finish them export, feel free to do what you want, just comment below
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