An interesting “street” that’s basically an old flight of stoney steps that have eroded with time. At the top you have tai kwun, and the bottom, the posh pottinger hotel. Street stalls occupy eveything in between
When you visit Hong Kong, it is a must to go the Pottinger Street, locally known as cobble stone street and walk a mile up hill at 45 degree. Shop there and enjoy the moment while you climbing up and swearing. It is fun.
This is one of the oldest streets in Hong Kong. Between Queen’s Road Central and Wellington St., it’s pedestrian only and on a steep hillside with granite steps. It’s lined with stalls selling costumes, masks, and party supplies. Pottinger St. runs parallel to the nearby…
Stumbled upon this street while looking for a place to have lunch. It was extremely busy as it was lunch hour. Try and eat at one of the stalls off Pottinger Street. There is the world’s longest escalator (Mid-Levels escalators close by)
It will be good to take your photograph at the bottom of the steps next to Pottinger Hotel. You can then use the mid level travellator and then walk down.