What is Walkable?

Walkable Places and Concepts in Hong Kong

Old Wan Chai Revitalisation – Starstreet Precinct

Old Wan Chai Revitalisation – Starstreet Precinct

Wan Chai is one of the earliest settlements in Hong Kong, and still possesses heritage and buildings of different periods. In response to the CE's 2007 Policy Address to promote local characteristics and the conservation of heritage buildings, the Government has established the Old Wan Chai Revitalisation Initiatives Special Committee (OWRISC), to propose various revitalisation initiatives. The OWRISC comprises Wan Chai District Council members, professionals and historians, with the Urban Renewal Authority as the secretariat.
Chun Yeung Street (Wet Market) - Share Street with Car, Tram and Pedestrian, is it Walkable?

Chun Yeung Street (Wet Market) - Share Street with Car, Tram and Pedestrian, is it Walkable?

Of all the wet markets in the city, none offer as grand an entrance as the Chun Yeung Market. Hop on an eastbound tram heading towards the North Point tram terminus and, without warning, you'll swing off the broad King's Road onto a narrow street which is lined on either side with buzzy stalls selling fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood. Experience the sights and sounds of old-school market business in full swing.

"Make it Enjoyable" - A walkable strip in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui – Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard

Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard is located at Nathan Road in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, with a length of about 300m along Nathan Road connecting Tsim Sha Tsui and Jordon. In addition to its direct connection with the Kowloon Park, the public space together with shades provided by the magnificent trees groups making the Park Lane a very unique place for tourist and locals.