Articles in Hong Kong ( 906 )

906 Articles of interest in Hong Kong

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  • Bank of China Centre

    Bank of China Centre (Chinese: 中銀中心; Jyutping: zung1 ngan2 zung1 sam1), or BOC Centre, is a 26-storey office building of Bank of China (Hong Kong) in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • Ap Lei Chau Bridge

    Ap Lei Chau Bridge (traditional Chinese: 鴨脷洲大橋; simplified Chinese: 鸭脷洲大桥; pinyin: Yālìzhōu Dàqiáo; Cantonese Yale: ngaap3 lei6 jau1 daai6 kiu4) is a highway bridge in Hong Kong connecting the island of Ap Lei Chau and Aberdeen of the Hong Kong Isla…

  • Amoy Street (Hong Kong)

    Amoy Street (廈門街) is a street in the Wan Chai area of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It connects Johnston Road in the north to Queen's Road East in the south. Amoy is an old name of the Chinese city of Xiamen.

  • Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre

    The Airport Core Programme Exhibition Centre (Chinese: 機場核心計劃展覽中心) is an exhibition center housed in a single-storey distinctive white structure situated at 401 Castle Peak Road, Ting Kau, New Territories, Hong Kong, China.

  • Adamasta Rock

    The Adamasta Rock (Chinese: 北長洲石) is an uninhabited undersea rock in Hong Kong, in the centre of the busy Adamasta Channel between the Chi Ma Wan Peninsula of Lantau Island and Cheung Chau island, in Hong Kong.

  • Aberdeen Country Park

    Aberdeen Country Park is located on the south end of Hong Kong Island near the area called Aberdeen, Hong Kong. Much of the south side of the island is underdeveloped and retains more of the rural feel that predominated on the island before it was s…

  • Sunshine Island, Hong Kong

    Sunshine Island (Chinese: 日光島 or 晨曦島), also known as Chau Kung To (周公島) indigenously, is a companion island of Hei Ling Chau in Hong Kong. Located northeast of Hei Ling Chau and south of Peng Chau, the island was once the site of a drug addiction tr…

  • Salesian English School (Secondary Section)

    Salesian English School (Secondary Section) is a Hong Kong secondary boys school. Founded by the Roman Catholic religious institute the Salesians of Don Bosco, it is located in Chai Wan Road Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong Island. The primary section of the…

  • Yue Man Square

    Yue Man Square (Chinese: 裕民坊; pinyin: Yùmín Fáng; Cantonese Yale: yúh màhn fōng) is the town centre of Kwun Tong in Kowloon of Hong Kong.

  • Wharf Road

    Wharf Road (Chinese: 和富道; pinyin: Héfù Dào; Cantonese Yale: wo4 fu3 dou6) is a road parallel to the north shore of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. It is situated in North Point.

  • Western Street (Hong Kong)

    Western Street (traditional Chinese: 西邊街; simplified Chinese: 西边街; pinyin: Xībiān Jiē; Cantonese Yale: sai1 bin1 gaai1) is an uphill one-way street (from north to south) in Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong. It connects Bonham Road in the south and Connaught …

  • West Kowloon Corridor

    West Kowloon Corridor (traditional Chinese: 西九龍走廊; simplified Chinese: 西九龙走廊; pinyin: Xī Jiǔlóng Zǒuláng; Cantonese Yale: sai1 gau2 lung4 jau2 long4) is part of Route 5 in Hong Kong.

  • Urmston Road

    Urmston Road (Chinese: 龍鼓水道, literally 'Dragon Drum Channel', also named as 暗士頓水道) is a broad body of water between Lantau Island and Tuen Mun in Hong Kong. It forms an inshore passage between the northwest end of Victoria Harbour and the mouth of t…

  • Tsuen Wan Town Hall

    Tsuen Wan Town Hall (Chinese: 荃灣大會堂) is a town hall in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. Its construction was part of Tsuen Wan New Town. Originally it was planned to build near the Tsuen Wan Station of MTR, but it turns out located near the fo…

  • Tsing Yi Swimming Pool

    Tsing Yi Swimming Pool (Chinese: 青衣游泳池) is a public swimming pool on Tsing Yi Island, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is near the east shore of the island, between Maritime Square and Tsing Yi Sports Ground.

  • Tsing Kwai Highway

    Tsing Kwai Highway (Chinese: 青葵公路; pinyin: Qīngkuí Gōnglù; Cantonese Yale: ching1 kwai4 gung1 lou6) is a section of Route 3 in Hong Kong, previously known as Route 3 - Kwai Chung Section. From its junction with West Kowloon Highway at Mei Foo Rounda…

  • Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre

    Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre (Chinese: 尖沙咀中心及帝國中心), near the East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, are connected by a covered pedestrian bridge and are located near the Star Ferry service to Hong Kong Island.

  • Tseng Lan Shue

    Tseng Lan Shue (Traditional Chinese: 井欄樹) is a small village in Sai Kung District, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is located about 1 mile east of Fei Ngo Shan along the famous Clear Water Bay Road, and not far from Pik Uk. The village crosses Clear Water Ba…

  • Tide Cove

    Tide Cove or Sha Tin Hoi (Chinese: 沙田海) is a cove at the mouth of Shing Mun River. The cove is open to Tolo Harbour (Tai Po Hoi).

  • The Cliveden

    The Cliveden (Chinese: 寶雲匯) is a private housing estate in mid-level of Route Twisk, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, next to The Cairnhill.

  • The Cairnhill

    The Cairnhill (Chinese: 朗逸峯) is a private housing estate in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. Being one of the estates built on the mid-level of the hill of Route Twisk (Another one is The Cliveden), it consists of 16 low-density blocks divided…

  • Tathong Channel

    Tathong Channel(大東門), also known as Nam Tong Hoi Hap (Chinese: 藍塘海峽, originally 南堂海峽), refers to the eastern sea waters in Hong Kong leading into Victoria Harbour through Lei Yue Mun, bounded by Junk Island (Fat Tong Chau) and Tung Lung Chau in the …

  • Tate's Cairn Highway

    Tate's Cairn Highway (Chinese: 大老山公路; pinyin: Dàlǎoshān Gōnglù; Cantonese Yale: daai5 lou5 saan1 gung1 lou6), opened on June 26, 1991, is a dual-3 lane expressway in Hong Kong.

  • Tai Tam Harbour

    Tai Tam Harbour (Chinese: 大潭港) is a harbour in the innermost part of Tai Tam Bay in Hong Kong. It is located at the estuary of Tai Tam Tuk. The resited village of Tai Tam Tuk is located at the estuary by the harbour, after construction of Tai Tam Tu…

  • Tai Po Lookout Tower

    Tai Po Lookout Tower (香港回歸紀念塔) is one of the large-scale landmarks established for the commemoration of the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong to the PRC in 1997. It is located near the mouth of the Lam Tsuen River and next to the shore of Tolo Ha…

  • Sze Fong Shan

    Sze Fong Shan (Chinese: 四方山), located in the New Territories, is the fourth highest peak in Hong Kong. With a height of 785 m, it is at the northeast of Tai Mo Shan.

  • Swatow Street

    Swatow Street (Chinese: 汕頭街) is a street in the Wan Chai area of Hong Kong island, Hong Kong. It intersects with Queen's Road East and Johnston Road.

  • Staveley Street

    Staveley Street (Chinese: 士他花利街; pinyin: Shìtāhuālì Jiē; Cantonese Yale: si6 ta1 fa1 lei6 gaai1) is a street in Central on the Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The hilly street is for pedestrian only and parallel to Peel Street. Starting from Queen's Ro…

  • Siu A Chau

    Siu A Chau (Chinese: 小鴉洲) is an uninhabited island of Hong Kong, part of the Soko Islands group, located south of Lantau Island.

  • Sheng Kung Hui Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School

    Sheng Kung Hui Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School (In Chinese: 聖公會鄧肇堅中學), SKHTSK and TSK for short, was founded by Sheng Kung Hui in 1962. It is located at 9 Oi Kwan Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. It is one of the 114 English as Medium of instruction school…

  • Shek Pai Wan

    Shek Pai Wan (石排灣), or Aberdeen Bay is a bay between Aberdeen of Hong Kong Island and Aberdeen Island. The bay is one of traditional fishery port because the hills on two sides forms a nature shelter.