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Shek Tong Tsui — достопримечательности и интересные факты

Shek Tong Tsui находится в находится в северной части части Гонконга (Bigene Sector, ), 18 километров на юг от города Tai Po District. Тут мы насчитали 4 достопримечательности. Вот некоторые наиболее интересные из них: Университет Гонконга, Храм Ло Бан, Комплекс университетского музея и художественной галереи, Музей Фэн Пиншань в Гонконге. В окрестностях также есть на что посмотреть. На востоке в 2 километрах размещается Парк «Дорога Голливуд», Музей медицинских наук (2 км), Улица каменных ступеней (2 км), Монастырь Мань (2 км). На юго-востоке в 2 километрах размещается Пик Виктория.

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Музей Фэн Пиншань в Гонконге
Парк «Дорога Голливуд» Mid Levels
Пик Виктория Central and Western District
Музей медицинских наук Sheung Wan
Улица каменных ступеней Sheung Wan
Монастырь Мань Central District
Рынок Western Market Tai Ping Shan
Эскалатор Mid-levels Central District
Паромный терминал Гонконг-Макао Tai Ping Shan
Рынок на Грэхем-стрит Central District
Мост Цинма Victoria (historical)
Небоскреб The Center Гонконг
Собор непорочного зачатия Central District
Клуб вождения «Сайдвэйз» Central District
Музей восковых фигур мадам Тюссо в Гонконге Central and Western District
Башня Пик Central and Western District
Музей мадам Тюссо Central and Western District
Здание University Hall Wah Fu
Зоологический и ботанический сады Гонконга Central District
Здание правительства Гонконг
Дом правительства Гонконга Гонконг
Небоскреб Chater House Гонконг
Shek Tong Tsui — Новости

Интересные факты Shek Tong Tsui

Посилання на зображення Shek Tong Tsui near Pacific PlazaShek Tong Tsui () is a town in Sai Wan on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong Administratively it belongs to the Central and Western District This district is bounded north by the Victoria Harbour south by Pokfulam Road and...  Подробнее
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Посилання на зображення Shek Tong Tsui near Pacific PlazaShek Tong Tsui () is a town in Sai Wan on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. Administratively, it belongs to the Central and Western District.This district is bounded north by the Victoria Harbour, south by Pokfulam Road and Third Street, and west by the intersection of Queen's Road West and Belcher's Street.http://www.eac.gov.hk/pdf/distco/2007dc/dc2007a.pdf To the east lies Sai Ying Pun and to the west is Kennedy Town. To the south are the slopes of Victoria Peak and High West.Зміст1 History2 Transport3 Constituency4 ReferencesHistoryThe name Shek Tong Tsui derives from the old stone pond nearby, or "Shek Tong" () in Cantonese. It was located around modern-day Hill Road and The Belcher's, and was used by the Hakka people since the 17th century. The area was first settled in 1880 by granite miners. In the early 1900s, Hong Kong Island's brothels were moved from Possession Point in Sheung Wan to this area under orders from the Hong Kong Governor Matthew Nathan. The place thus flourished as a red light district and came to its golden period. During this period, affluent Chinese in Hong Kong came to Shek Tong Tsui for entertainment, and numerous Cantonese opera theatres and Cantonese restaurants were founded in the area. It was known locally in the Cantonese phrase "tong sai fung yuet" (), which means "good times west of the pond". Brothels in this area inspired numerous novels and Hong Kong films, most notably Rouge (1987), starring Anita Mui and Leslie Cheung. This golden period lasted until the banning of prostitution by the Hong Kong Government in 1935. However, during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, the Japanese military government relocated all Chinese brothels to the area, which they renamed Kuramae (). Again the area boomed, with about 500 brothels, which served only Japanese.After the Japanese defeat, the area reverted to its Chinese name, like the rest of Hong Kong. The prostitution ban returned, and all traces of Shek Tong Tsui's amorous history were subsumed by the ensuing decades of urbanisation.TransportThe tram terminus near Whitty Street is one of the termini of Hong Kong Tramways. Bus and minibus services are also available along the main streets. HKU Station of the West Island Line, an extension of the existing MTR Island Line, serves this area.The major roads in Shek Tong Tsui are the western ends of Des Voeux Road West and Queen's Road West, Hill Road and part of Pok Fu Lam Road. Connaught Road West is the major access road. Hill Road is a "double decker" road taking traffic downhill from Pok Fu Lam Road to Connaught Road.There are also a number of smaller terrace roads, including Yat Fu Lane, Woo Hop Street, Clarence Terrace, Po Tuck Street and South Lane.ConstituencyПосилання на зображення Shek Tong Tsui Municipal Services BuildingA constituency in the Central and Western District is called Shek Tong Tsui, extending as far as Water Street and into Sai Ying Pun. With an estimated (2006) population of 16,597, the constituency returns one representative to the district council. Chan Choi Hi was elected in 1999, and 2003. The major housing developments in the ward are: Chong Yip Centre, Dragonfair Garden, Elegant Garden, Kong Chian Tower, Kwan Yick Building Phase I, and Wah Ming Centre. The Belcher constituency also covers part of Shek Tong Tsui, south of Queens Road West. Yeung Sui Yin was elected in 2003. Wong Chit Man was elected in 1999. The Water Street constituency also lies within Shek Tong Tsui.References


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