Central is often seen in TVB plays, including tall office buildings and rolling alleys. It feels like there are totally different flavors on both sides of the middle ring. On the one hand, there are many tall buildings, wide and open roads, and on the other hand, dense streets are crowded and crowded. Hong Kong's sense of modernity and nostalgia converge here. In fact, I prefer the feeling of retro Hong Kong, associating with many classic movies in the 1980s and 1990s, which are very good memories. Next time you come to Hong Kong, you must make a good trip to Central.
Very beautiful part of hk. Must go there
Central is the financial centre of Hong Kong. There are various skyscrapers, such as the Bank of China Building. However, compared with skyscrapers, our Shanghai Lujiazui is not bad, my preferred half-mountain elevator area, up and down the path hidden many particularly interesting small shops and alleys. There are also many old food stores, such as Zhan Zai Ji, Lian Xiang Lou, Jiu Ji Buffalo and so on. Compared with the various tourist styles in Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok is too grounded, and Central is both Oceanic and not a thousand miles away.
Central is on the Hong Kong Peninsula. One side of the middle ring is the upper ring. On the other side is the famous Causeway Bay. These three areas are the most prosperous places in Hong Kong. Uh huh. Here you can experience the rhythm of life in Hong Kong, very fast. You can also see that many people are queuing in a very orderly way. Wait for the bus. Taxi. Enter the gate. Outside the breakfast shop. There will be queues. Here, you will feel that the streets of Hong Kong are very narrow. There are many small roads. Every place has its own characteristics. Navigation is not used here at all. Whether it's Baidu Map or Google Map. One is inaccurate positioning. One is a small street, which is very easy to go wrong. Because this is the office area. So some snack shops close early. Here you can see that everyone will dress up for themselves. Feel their busy life. The malls here usually open at 9 or 10 o'clock. And some small streets are very distinctive. Because densely populated commercial housing is relatively dense. So the exit of the subway station is not particularly obvious. If you don't pay attention, you'll miss it. But it doesn't matter, because after a long walk you will meet the next subway entrance.
This time, there are more tours around Central. The day before, I took a ride with my little friend from the escalator to the hillside, and then walked back to the Yisheng Fragrance Garden near Jiuji Niubeng in Goufu Street. Then on this day, I went to Hollywood along Queen's Avenue from Shanghuan, strolled around Yuanchuangfang, and came out to film Huang Zongze occasionally. Then he went to eat Yuye dessert and Gongli Zhenzhu sugarcane water. Mindful of the half-mountain escalator, and went to take a ride. I remember running man came here to take pictures and went to bars on both sides of the way. Walking down the escalator, I came across the daily discount machine set up by MTR. There is a discount of $2 on the day I hit the octopus card.
Central is Hong Kong's most famous landmark. Here you can see the beauty and delicacy of both sides of Victoria Harbour, feel the tall buildings of the International Financial Center, enjoy the taste bud experience of English-language ordering in exotic food areas, and also be the starting point to the top of Taiping Mountain.
For many years, TVB fans, so must go, no special strategy, on the subway to Central, along the road signs to Languifang, to the escalator, to take the top cable car, all the way through, Stone Street, Stairway Street, always feel.
Central is located in the northern part of Hong Kong Island, across the Victoria Bay from Kowloon Peninsula. It is the most prosperous part of Hong Kong. It is located in the financial center, not far from Causeway Bay, Convention and Exhibition Center and Star Ferry Pier. Night tour of Victoria Bay is a must-go place to look at Kowloon and the Phantom River from Kowloon.