The Gas Light Street with eighteen, nineteenth and twentieth steps and fifty-seven steps on the third floor is located at the end of Dudley Street. It is a very short, slightly steep uphill step road connecting Xuechang Street. All the steps are granite staircases. Four gas lamps stand at the four ends of the whole staircase road. The gas lamps are the only ones left in Hong Kong and have a long history. They were listed as the statutory monuments of Hong Kong on August 15, 1979. Dali Street is located in the south of Queen's Avenue, Central, Hong Kong. There is a downhill road from the west of St. John's Hall towards Central, and it is at the bottom of the slope. At present, the gas lamp turns on and off automatically from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. We went there in the afternoon, without lights on and without artistic conception. Later in the afternoon, visit St. John's Hall and Hong Kong Concierge Hall, line up for the top of Taiping Mountain on the cable car; after the cable car goes down the hill, come back to Gaslight Street to see the night scene under the lights of the gas lamp, and then go along Snow Factory Street to Languifang. Gas Lantern Street, many Hong Kong TV plays, music films and movies take this place as a scene. It is a kind of happiness for me to watch Hong Kong movies in the Mainland when I was young, but now it is a kind of expression to visit small streets with Hong Kong's old feelings.
Dudley Street is located in the south of Queen's Avenue, Central, Hong Kong. The southern end of Dudley Street connects with Snow Factory Street. Dudley Street itself is a small street with only one end open to traffic. At the junction with Snow Factory Street, there is a granite staircase and four gas lamps. The gas lamps are the only ones in Hong Kong with a long history. They have been listed as the statutory monuments of Hong Kong by the government on August 15, 1979. The stone steps were built between 1875 and 1889. The installation years of four gas lamps on them are unknown. The earliest records of these lamps were in 1922. The gas lamp was reopened on February 29, 1948, and other gas street lamps in Hong Kong were replaced by electric lamps in the next 20 years. The Hong Kong government had hoped to send the lamp post to the Hong Kong Museum of History, and then decided to preserve it. The gas company supplied the gas and maintained it. In 1984, the Hong Kong Municipal Council ordered the four gas lamps in the United Kingdom. The gas lamps are now turned on from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. and controlled by automatic switches.
Dudley Street, also known as Gaslight Street, is the only street in Hong Kong that uses gas lamps as street lights. There is also the only Starbucks in the world with a tea restaurant as its main style. This street is not far from Central Station, and it's also near Languifang. It's also the scene of many TV series. It's like you're in the middle of the show. The long staircase is the scene where Cai Shaofeng encourages Mo Chou-dong (Huang Zihua) to make an effort to be a good policeman, and also the scene where Huang Zihua finally runs after the thieves and leads to asthma attack and finally falls to the ground.
This is the legendary gas street, very famous, and many films will appear in the scene. The name comes from the lamp post of four gas lamps. This time, people like to stop and stay, and some like to sit on the steps and feel the atmosphere. There's a Starbucks in the middle of the stairs.
There have been many scenes in Hong Kong TV series, of course, Dudley Street must come. Located in the middle of Queen's Avenue, not far from Lan Guifang, on a road between two buildings, next to Star Bar Light, it is said to be the first one in Hong Kong, anyway, it is worth punching in.
A very distinctive scenic spot, antique fragrance, is the attraction of many films and TV works in Hong Kong. Now the gas lamp has been connected to the pipeline gas. Turn on the light at 6 p.m. and turn off the light at 6 a.m., which is the modern light of antiquities. There are many other attractions nearby, so it's worth recommending.
Down the Central Station of the Hong Kong Island Line, we found this Gas Lantern Street, also known as Dudley Street, relying on the planning route of Baidu Map. Many TVB TV plays have taken scenes here. Some of them have a strong feeling of Hong Kong's past. We also saw graduates come here to take photos specially. The lights are only on here at night. So we recommend that we come back later in the afternoon. We like the stone staircase of Gas Lantern Street very much.