Queen's Road is a collection of roads along the northern coast of Hong Kong
Island, in Hong Kong, within the limit of Victoria City. It was the first road in Hong Kong, built by the British between 1841 and 1843, spanning across Victoria City from Shek Tong Tsui
to Wan Chai
. At most points, it marks the original shoreline before land reclamation projects permanently extended the land into Victoria Harbour
. It was built in 1841 by the British in order to create a wider road that connected Victoria Harbour and Wan Chai District together.
The four roads, from west to east, are: Queen's Road West (Chinese: 皇后大道西), Queen's Road Central (皇后大道中), Queensway (金鐘道), and Queen's Road East (皇后大道東).
Queen's Road West
Queen's Road Central
Queen's Road East