[Day 1: Living in a busy city] With the arrangement of our old classmates, we went all the way from Fukuda to the hotel by bus and saved a lot of trouble. The hotel is located in Wanchai, with convenient transportation. The downstairs is a bus stop. It passes an undersea tunnel to Tsim Sha Tsui. The Causeway Bay Metro Station and Times Square only need to walk for a few minutes. It is very suitable for people who are not familiar with the place. After settling down, they began to look for food. The insignificant cooking shop in the alley is cheap, tasty and delicious. And Big Stomach Wang Yinge will never give up the pursuit of junk food. Hey, baby can't help his mother, let him go! For the desire of bean noodles, we look for the legendary pool records according to Tusuoji. Streets and alleys crisscross, even Google Baidu can not help Luzhi, had to look for seemingly local people to help, but found that things are not as simple as we imagined. Wait a minute and go on nagging.
This transit to Hong Kong, specially choose to live here in Jordan, convenient transportation, super hub, bus and subway airport, there are many good Australian milk, Shunyi, Cuihua not too convenient to shop during the excellent Wanning Spring Festival Shasha super concessions ah more cost-effective than double eleven ah, that is, the exchange rate of Hong Kong dollars seems to be regular, but also ask about the exchange rate, silly. It's almost the same as Renminbi, and it's not going to be returned, so we have to be happy. The little partner must ask and take care of it. The human flesh in the picture above is a bad person.
The first stop was the Yidong Hotel. It feels good. It's just that the room is a little smaller. Mother complained about it. Ha ha... But it's okay to find a clean, comfortable and affordable room in the downtown area in the city center of Cunjin Chitu. The overall price of Nathan Road is a little cheaper than downtown areas such as Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui. The streets nearby are very busy. There are women's street, Xiyang vegetable street, Tongcai street, Temple Street and other civilian places to visit. The whole Nathan Road is very, very busy! Satisfied!
From the Hong Kong Art Museum on Salisbury Road to Nathan Road, Nathan Road is one of the most famous streets in Hong Kong. It is said that Nathan Road is a place with strong local characteristics. It is the scene of many movies. It is also a shopping paradise in Tsim Sha Tsui, with shopping malls, restaurants and clothing stores one after another. Torrential rainstorms exacerbate the crowding as busy passers-by shuttle down narrow sidewalks. Nearby, we went to Kowloon Mosque, Kowloon Park and St. Andrea Hall.
Nathan Road is the most famous commercial street in Hong Kong. It is located in the busy Tsim Sha Tsui area. Two times the whole Avenue is crowded with shops of all sizes. The signs of the shops are directly hanging on the road. They are also the places where the night life of Hong Kong is often reflected in the movies. They are a famous road for visitors to Hong Kong.
Nathan Road is the most prosperous road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. There are many shops and billboards on both sides of the road. It is simply too busy. This is also the place where I watched most Hong Kong movies when I was a child. When I came here, everything was strange and familiar.
Victoria Harbour, short for Victoria Harbour, is a seaport between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. From Yuyumen in the East and Qingyi Island to Hong Kong Island in the west. The middle Tsim Sha Tsui is narrow between the middle ring. Because of its vast and deep water, Hong Kong is a good natural port. It also has the reputation of "Pearl of the East" and "Three Big Nightscapes of the World". The name of Victoria Harbour is from Queen Victoria of England. Free access throughout the year
Nathan Road was built before the signing of the Beijing Treaty in 1860. The road was originally named Robinson Road in memory of the Governor of Hong Kong at that time. In 1887, Nathan Road ranged from south to middle and north to Austin Road. In 1904, Sir Nathan, Governor of Hong Kong, vigorously developed the Kowloon Peninsula, expanding Nathan Road into a major avenue and extending it to Waterloo Road. On March 19, 1909, in order to avoid confusion between the road and the street of the same name on Hong Kong Island, the Hong Kong Government decided to rename the road Nathan Road in commemoration of Sir Nathan, the Governor of Hong Kong who expanded the road. In 1911, British Crown Prince George V was crowned King of England. To commemorate this event, the Hong Kong government named the new road just completed from Waterloo Road to Argyle Street as Coronation Road. In 1926, Coronation Road was extended to Boundary Street, and the Hong Kong Government decided to merge Coronation Road and Nathan Road into Nathan Road. The Kowloon Peninsula was still a sparsely populated area when Nathan Road was initially expanded into a six-lane road and trees were planted on both sides of the road. People at that time called Nathan Road a foolish Nathan (Nathan s Foo). But Sir Nathan's vision has been proved. Before the 1960s, Nathan Road was a tree-lined Avenue on both sides. Later, most of the trees were sawn off because they hindered the double-decker bus, leaving only a small section of Kowloon Park with the big trees planted that year.