Central to Mid-Levels Escalator, the world's longest hand-held elevator
Here is the place where Faye Wong gaze at Tony Leung. There is a touching love story here. More than 20 one-way escalators form the escalator from Central to Mid-Levels.
Take the escalator all the way through the soho district, bar area, residential area of Hong Kong, from the crowded road to the spacious road to the sight of a car. The
Central to Mid-Levels escalator was built to improve the traffic in the Mid-Levels. The Wang Jiawei film "Chongqing Forest" is here to view the scene and lift the elevator to bring fire. When you step on this elevator, you will think of the lines inside: Every day you have the opportunity to pass by others, you may not know anything about him, and maybe one day he will become your friend or confidant.
Tips: Down from 6:00 to 10:00, the rest of the time is up.
[Hong Kong Travel] Take the elevator through the city and walk into the movie "Chongqing Forest"
There is a special street sign on the Connaught Road - "to all destinations". How to get to all destinations has its own way in Central.
In the movie "Chongqing Forest" of Wang Jiawei, there is always a magical place in the lens that Liang Chaowei has to patrol every day - the Central to Mid-Levels covered escalator.
Starting from the Hang Seng Bank Headquarters Building, passing through the Central Market, via Corin Street, Hollywood Road, She Lei Street, Moro Temple, and Robinson Road, to the end of the road. In twenty minutes, it crossed the gap of more than one hundred meters and came from the Central to the middle of the Tianping Mountain.
It's worth noting that although the entire escalator is free, you may wish to bring your Octopus card to the card reader for a dumb, because after taking the card here, take the subway from Sheung Wan, Central and Wan Chai on the same day. You can enjoy a discount of two yuan.
is different from the civilian market style of Mong Kok and Yau Ma Tei. It is not as prosperous as Kowloon. From the middle of the hill to the area of Sheung Wan, it brings more calm and watery life.
Hollywood Road (Antique Street), the Wynn Street in the ecstasy of the years, the Yuanchuangfang, where the creative elements are gathered, give yourself some time to walk and come to Hong Kong to leave a different experience.
The Mid-Levels Escalator is located in Central Hong Kong. It is the longest outdoor covered escalator in the world and the Hong Kong film "Chongqing Forest". It is also one of the local commuting tools. The half-mountain escalator is always crowded and it is indeed a "sneak peek". local.
We found a broken part from the middle of the road, the friend was not convinced, went to the bottom to sit again, it seems that many people still have a deep obsession with this escalator
The Central to Mid-Levels Escalator System was built by the Hong Kong Government. The original intention was to facilitate the half-mountain residents to travel to the Central Business District and to ease the busyness of the narrow roads in the Mid-Levels. The system cost HK240 million to be built on October 15, 1993. Enabled. The annual electricity bill is estimated to be as high as HK500,000. The original design of the plan was to construct six similar escalator systems. Later, during the construction period, serious over-capital problems were discovered. In the end, only one of them was not continued. The
escalator is a building on both sides, and there are many commercial uses. However, many local residents also have their own homes next to the elevators. Pedestrians can often see everything else in their homes. In my mind, "Chongqing Forest" can be seen in the mind, Faye Wong peeked behind the curtains.
The Central to Mid-Levels Escalator and walkway system in Hong Kong is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world. It runs over 800 m and traverses an elevation of over 135 m. It opened in 1993 to provide an improved link between the Central and Mid-Levels districts on Hong Kong Island. Apart from serving as a mode of transportation, the system is also a tourist attraction and is lined with restaurants, bars, and shops. The escalator's direction of travel reverses during the day to accommodate the general flow of pedestrians. Many are drawn to view the spot where filming occurred on several well-known movies including "Chungking Express" and "The Dark Knight."