Mid Levels

Some articles on mid, mid levels:

Central And Western District - Central - Central Mid-levels Escalator
... The Central-Mid-levels escalator in Hong Kong is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world ... connecting Des Voeux Road Central, in Central with Conduit Road in the Mid-levels, passing through narrow streets in Soho ...
Mid-Levels
... Mid-levels (Traditional Chinese 半山區 jyutping bun3 saan1 keoi1, literally half mountain area) is an expensive and prestigious residential area on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong ... The Mid-levels is bound by Bonham Road, Caine Road, Upper Albert Road, Kennedy Road to the north, and Conduit Road to the south ... It is mainly divided into East Mid-levels above Admiralty, Central Mid-levels above Central and Sheung Wan, and West Mid-levels above Sai Ying Pun ...
Soho, Hong Kong - History
... The Central-Mid-Levels escalator was built in 1993 the now vibrant character of Soho is attributed to the creation of the escalator system, which at the time was the ... Around the same time the Mid Levels Escalator was built, a few foreigners started to move into the area, taking up both commercial premises and renting flats ... perched as it is upon Castle Road which turns up through Mid-levels, surrounded by modern blocks ...
Citybus Route 12 - History
... At that time it ran clockwise in Mid Levels via Robinson Road, Seymour Road and Caine Road ... April 1974 the route was diverted to run anti-clockwise in Mid Levels via Caine Road, Seymour Road and Robinson Road to utilise the newly opened bus lane along westbound Caine and ... due to strong opposition from residents in Mid Levels ...
Central And Western District, Hong Kong - Central - Central Mid-levels Escalator
... The Central-Mid-levels escalator in Hong Kong is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world ... in Central with Conduit Road in the Mid-levels, passing through narrow streets in Soho ...

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