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To Kwa Wan 土瓜灣

已有 364 次閱讀2014-8-17 18:05 |個人分類:Kowloon City 九龍城|系統分類:Travel @ HK

To Kwa Wan (土瓜灣) is an old district at the eastern shore of Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong. There are no large small shopping malls in the district. Most buildings are of more than fifty years history and less than twenty storeys or less. At the moment (in 2012), To Kwa Wan is still not accessible by MTR, it is therefore not the target for large scale re-development by property devleopers.


It is common to have high-rise building behind the old buildings.


These buildings should not be equipped with elevators.


This means the only solution is by walk.


Some are of three storeys only.


In the past, at the time of construction, they should be new icons of the district.


At both sides of To Kwa Wan Road, buildings are of the same height and outlook. They should have been renovated regularly, they give me an impressive they are still very secure.


It is easy to see the sky and there is no sky-scrapper.


These should be the old walled buildings. It is not a species of 20th century. Please do not always blame the current property developers only. 


Basically there are no gaps in between.


This building is about 50 years old.



But it still looks good in outlook. It does not give me a shabby impression.


To Kwa Wan Road


Selling price is about HK$4,000 (USD513) per square feet in September 2012.


I guess management of this building is quite good.




Old style electrical boxes


Mail Boxes


This was taken in early 2012. It is about HK$4,564 (USD585) per square feet.


Apple is lost.


Set menu of a Cha Chaan Teng in To Kwa Wan


The outlook and skyline of To Kwa Wan are going to have abrupt change in the nearest future. It is nice and memorable to stroll around and take photos of the old buildings in To Kwa Wan. The experience is more or less similar to visit a city in another country. It is interesting.


Islet Relics /2013


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