For professionals, this is Hong Kong's most popular and deluxe neighbourhood. Located on the north side of the island and about halfway up the hill from Victoria Harbour, Mid-Levels boasts an impressive range of first-class amenities, including restaurants, shopping outlets, international schools, hospitals, etc.
Besides a superb public transportation network, the high-end area also boasts the town's signature landmark, the half-mile-long Mid-Levels Escalator, which carries residents up the mountain in the evening - and down in the morning. The Mid-Levels district is traditionally divided into 3 main areas: West, Central and East, all of which are within close proximity of Central and Admiralty. Properties within these sub-sections vary greatly in terms of size and price for rental and sale purposes.
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What living facilities are available in the vicinity of Mid-Levels West?
In terms of public facilities, Mid-Levels West is close to Shek Tong Tsui Sports Centre, Kennedy Town Swimming Pool, Belcher Bay Park and Smithfield Sports Centre. In addition, there are many small neighbourhood shops and restaurants in the area, and there is the world-famous “Dried Seafood Street and Tonic Food Street” in the vicinity of Queen's Road West and Des Voeux Road West.
What attractions are near Mid-Levels West?
There are many well-known attractions and vibrant, historical architecture in the area, including The Peak, Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens and Hong Kong Park. Now, you can still find much historical architecture in Mid-Levels West, such as St. John's Cathedral, Hong Kong Medical Museum, Blake Garden and Man Mo Temple. It is suitable for anyone who is interested in the history or social changes of Hong Kong in the 18th to 20th centuries.