Jordan Road, Hong Kong

Kowloon Union Church, at No. 4 Jordan Road. Built in 1930/1931. Now a Declared monument.
Jordan Road in West Kowloon.

Road in Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

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West Kowloon

Western part of Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong, situated within the Yau Tsim Mong District and Sham Shui Po District.

The Union Square development.
Olympic Station have several high-rise residential
Hong Kong West Kowloon railway station The Terminus of Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong HSR
The Long Beach Public open spaces
The Western Harbour Tunnel connects West Kowloon to Hong Kong Island

It is bounded by Canton Road to the east, Victoria Harbour to the west and the south, and Jordan Road to the north.

Jordan, Hong Kong

Area in Hong Kong, located on Kowloon Peninsula.

A food stand near the corner of Woosung St. and Nanking St., Jordan, Hong Kong
Parkes Street

It is named after a road of the same name in the district.

Gascoigne Road

Main road in Kowloon, Hong Kong, going west-east from Nathan Road to Chatham Road South through the head of King's Park, leading vehicles from West Kowloon to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel.

The western end of Gascoigne Road (right), merging into Nathan Road in Yau Ma Tei in February 2013.
The Old South Kowloon District Court, viewed from Gascoigne Road Flyover in December 2007.
India Club entrance at the corner of Gascoigne Road and Queen Elizabeth Hospital Road in August 2010.
United Services Recreation Club in December 2011.
Headquarter building of the Hong Kong Girl Guides Association, seen from Gascoigne Road Flyover in January 2008.

Initially erected at the corner of Gascoigne Road and Jordan Road, the monument was relocated to Hong Kong Cemetery in Happy Valley during the 1960s.

Jordan Road Ferry Pier

Jordan Road Ferry Pier or Ferry Point (1924–1998) is a demolished pier originally located at Jordan Road, Jordan, Hong Kong.

John Jordan (diplomat)

British diplomat.

Jordan Road in Hong Kong's Kowloon District is named after him.

Jordan station

Station on the Hong Kong MTR Tsuen Wan line.

Jordan station Concourse
Jordan station Artwork "PERSIMMON"

It is named after Jordan Road.

Kwun Chung

Area of Hong Kong, Yau Ma Tei or Tsim Sha Tsui located in the Yau Tsim Mong District.

Kwun Chung, in the upper middle of the map, is a valley with cultivation. To its west is Kwung Chung Fort.

In 1979, the MTR station running through Kwun Chung was named Jordan since it intersected Jordan Road and nearby bus stops were also relabeled Jordan.

West Kowloon Corridor

Part of Route 5 in Hong Kong.

An overhead viaduct carries Route 5 through a parking garage in Yau Ma Tei

Many red public minibus routes which serve between New Territories West (Yuen Long, Tuen Mun, Tsuen Wan or Kwai Chung) and Kowloon South (Mong Kok or Jordan Road) or Hong Kong Island are routed via West Kowloon Corridor so as to provide faster routes to Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Jordan to avoid traffic congestion in Sham Shui Po.

Shanghai Street

2.3 km long street in the Jordan, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok areas of Kowloon, Hong Kong, China.

Shanghai Street in the early 1900s.
Shanghai Street in the 1960s.
Hanging signs advertise the presence of sex industry venues mixed in with other shops and residential buildings.
Langham Place seen from Shanghai Street.
The northern end of Shanghai Street, near its intersection with Lai Chi Kok Road.
Engineer's Office of the Former Pumping Station.
Nos. 600–626 Shanghai Street, in Mong Kok.
Shanghai Street in the mid 20th century.
Shopping mall of Langham Place
Office tower of Langham Place
Hotel of langham Place

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