Tung Lo Wan Road

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Tung Lo Wan Road
銅鑼灣道
HK Tung Lo Wan Road east.jpg
Eastern end of Tung Lo Wan Road near Tin Hau Station
Location Hong Kong
Construction
Inauguration 1935
Western end of Tung Lo Wan Road near St. Paul's Convent School

Tung Lo Wan Road (Chinese: 銅鑼灣道) is a road in Causeway Bay and Tai Hang on the north side of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The road joins east with King's Road, Tin Hau Temple Road, Causeway Road and west with Yee Wo Street, Irving Street, Leighton Road and Causeway Road.

History[edit]

The road draws the early shore line in the Tung Lo Wan, the native name of Causeway Bay. It was originally part of Shaukiwan Road. In 1883, Hong Kong Government reclaimed part of the bay to present-day Causeway Road. In 1935 the road was renamed to current name of Tung Lo Wan Road.

Landmarks[edit]

Landmarks along Tung Lo Wan Road include (from west to east):

  • St. Paul's Convent School
  • St. Paul's Hospital
  • St. Mary's Church (No. 2A)
  • Causeway Bay (Moreton Terrace) Bus Terminus (銅鑼灣 (摩頓台) 巴士總站)
  • Fuk Tak Temple, Tai Hang (大坑福德古廟)
  • Chinese Recreation Club
  • Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay (香港銅鑼灣維景酒店) (No. 148)
  • Queen's College

See also[edit]

Coordinates: 22°16′44″N 114°11′29″E / 22.27897°N 114.19148°E / 22.27897; 114.19148