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ARTISTIC
Ladder Street
Sheung Wan
Artistic
Ladder Street
Sheung Wan
Ladder Street is consisting entirely of stone steps. It was built in 1841 to 1850 and is classified as a Grade I historic building by The Antiquities and Monuments Office.
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Pottinger Street
Central
Artistic
Pottinger Street
Central
Pottinger Street was constructed around 1845 and was named after Sir Henry Pottinger, the first Governor of Hong Kong. Because of the steepness of the street, it is covered with rough granite slabs so that pedestrians can walk on the street easily. Thus, many Chinese call the street “Shek Ban Gai” (石板街). With the unique style, Pottinger Street has been one of the favorite plots of movies.
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Tai Ping Shan Street
Sheung Wan
Artistic
Tai Ping Shan Street
Sheung Wan
At the early development of Hong Kong, ‘Tai Ping Shan’ was rife with thieves and robbers. After the establishment of a barrack and a police station in the neighbourhood, the law and order was restored. The area was called ‘Tai Ping Shan’ denoting peace. When more and more Chinese residing there, a street lined with houses on both sides was built along the slope of the hill and was named Tai Ping Shan Street. Its narrowness and unevenness can still be seen today.
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WARM
Duddell Street
Central
Warm
Duddell Street
Central
Duddell Street was built between 1875 and 1889, which is listed as one of the monuments in Hong Kong. The street is noted for containing the city’s last four gas lamps at the granite stairway, such romantic charisma marked an important position in many dramas, music videos and movies.
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UNIQUE
Knutsford Terrace
Tsim Sha Tsui
Unique
Knutsford Terrace
Tsim Sha Tsui
There were 16 blocks of European-style villa back in the late 19th century at Knutsford Terrace. Knutsford Terrace is located at a comparatively high terrain, creating a privacy gesture. It is also known as the ‘Kowloon Lan Kwai Fong’ as the place is filled with a large range of bars and restaurants.
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Tai Po Lookout Tower
Tai Po
Unique
Tai Po Lookout Tower
Tai Po
The Tai Po Lookout Tower, locates inside Tai Po Waterfront Park, was built as a historical mark of the history for the handover of Hong Kong. The tower is located where the British took over the New Territories. On the 32.4-metre-high tower, one may take a bird's eye view of the whole park.
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MEMORABLE
Ship Street
Wan Chai
Memorable
Ship Street
Wan Chai
Majority of the people living in Wan Chai were fishermen before Hong Kong becomes the British colony. The coastline was located at Queen’s Road East, near the Hung Shing Temple, with Ship Street as the dock for ship maintenance. The stairway at Ship Street is one of the well-preserved antebellum stairways in Hong Kong.
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Aberdeen Street
Central
Memorable
Aberdeen Street
Central
Aberdeen Street set the boundary line of Central and Sheung Wan and is named after the British Foreign Secretary, 4th Earl of Aberdeen.
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Mee Lun Street
Central
Memorable
Mee Lun Street
Central
Mee Lun Street is the joint of Gough Street and Hollywood Road. There are 3 Holly trees planted in the stone steps of Mee Lun Street, which are the trademarks of the street.
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Pound Lane
Sheung Wan
Memorable
Pound Lane
Sheung Wan
Pound Lane is connected to ‘Tai Ping Shan Area’, including Tung Wah hospital, Kwong Fook I Tsz and Blake Garden. Blake Garden was built after the Plague in Hong Kong.
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VIBRANT
Olympic Bridge
Causeway Bay
Vibrant
Olympic Bridge
Causeway Bay
A beautification project was carried out in 2002 for this footbridge, with the "Olympic Bridge" design concept provided by St. Paul's Convent School. It encourages people using the footbridge to pursue "faster, higher, stronger" lofty Olympic spirit.
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Ngong Ping Trial
Tung Chung
Vibrant
Ngong Ping Trial
Tung Chung
Ngong Ping Trial has condescending and beautiful scenery along the trail, step up to the wooden stairs, and interspersed in the valleys and forests. Visitors can also take the opportunity to visit Po Lin Monastery, The Big Buddha and Wisdom Path.
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AMUSING
Spiral stairway
Admiralty
Amusing
Spiral stairway
Admiralty
The unique swivel design of the spiral stairway is like a sleeping dragon. Under the lens of camera, the stairway imposes a wide range of shooting angles that are favoured by photographers. In addition, the stairway is featured in many Hong Kong movies and is one of the hot spots for wedding photos.
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