At the junction of Fude Road, take the tram to experience Hong Kong culture and the beautiful scenery of Hong Kong. There is a University of Hong Kong near Queen's Avenue West, especially young people, who want to experience this talented university. There is also a Shitangzui Library on Queen's Avenue West. On Sunday, I like to go to Pauling Library "Scenery" "Interesting".
Both the 60s and 70s have heard of Luo Dayou's "lover comrade". The Queen's Avenue in the lyrics really exists. Of course, it has not been renamed as Luo said. The roadside street scenery still retains its original appearance, but the mentality of Hong Kong people here is not calm enough. Everything is as old as before, and everything is not as old as before.
Queen's Avenue in Hong Kong may be considered an old neighborhood, the building is very dense, and the streets are not wide, one-way roads are many, and 20-storey to 30-storey buildings are many, probably a few acres wide land to build high-rise buildings, feel like building blocks, the house is stacked, mosaic, inserted together, along the street there are many shops, there is a dense busy, lively.
I have commented on Queen's Avenue West before, but as I know more about Hong Kong, I know that the previous comment is wrong. The west of Queen's Avenue covers the whole Xiying Pan as well as the University of Hong Kong section. There are quite a number of dry stores along the road, such as ginseng bird's nest, shark's fin abalone, shrimp, rice, fish bones, tremella and mushrooms. Up to the west of the whole Queen's Avenue, one by one shops are selling these things. There are no luxury stores here, but more of an experience of people's home life.
Passing Shuikengkou Street from Shanghuan, we came to the west of Queen's Avenue. Near this side of Queen's Avenue, in fact, it is similar to Yongle Street, which is a street of ginseng velvet bird's nest. It also sells ginseng velvet bird's nest and seafood mountain products. Continuing to the west, there will be many porridge shops, soybean milk shops, tea restaurants, Chaozhou brine shops and workshop-style bakeries along the street, which are full of human feelings. This is an area where local people live in a relatively concentrated area.
When I first heard it, I thought it was a very atmospheric street name. The actual street feeling was gradually transformed from the old street. The city space was very close. It was interesting to see the decoration painting in the alley connected with the main road.