Hong Kong China editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Hong Kong China in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Hong Kong China editable vector map svg free

Hong Kong China editable vector map svg free

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Hong Kong, as a major metropolitan area, is organized into several key districts and features numerous principal streets and roads. Here’s a brief overview:

Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Nathan Road: Often referred to as the “Golden Mile,” it runs through Kowloon, from Tsim Sha Tsui to Sham Shui Po. It’s a major commercial artery lined with shops, hotels, and restaurants.
  2. Queensway: A major thoroughfare on Hong Kong Island, passing through Central and Admiralty, two of the city’s key business districts.
  3. Des Voeux Road: This road stretches through Central and Western District on Hong Kong Island and is a hub for business and shopping.
  4. Hennessy Road: Running from Wan Chai to Causeway Bay, this is another major commercial street on Hong Kong Island.
  5. Gloucester Road: Located in Wan Chai and Causeway Bay, this road is known for its dense traffic and numerous skyscrapers.
  6. Canton Road: Situated in Tsim Sha Tsui, this road is famous for high-end retail stores and luxury hotels.
  7. Connaught Road: One of the major roads in Central, this road runs parallel to the waterfront and is significant for business and commerce.
  8. Victoria Road: This road winds along the western part of Hong Kong Island, offering scenic views and connecting various residential areas.
  9. Kings Road: A major road on Hong Kong Island that runs through the Eastern District, connecting Quarry Bay to North Point.
  10. Lantau Link: This consists of the Tsing Ma Bridge and connects Lantau Island to the rest of Hong Kong, crucial for access to the airport.

Key Districts:

Hong Kong Island:

  1. Central: The financial and business heart of Hong Kong, home to numerous multinational corporations, government buildings, and luxury shops.
  2. Wan Chai: Known for its vibrant nightlife, office towers, and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
  3. Admiralty: A commercial and retail hub, also housing government headquarters.
  4. Causeway Bay: A major shopping and entertainment district.
  5. Sheung Wan: An area blending traditional shops and modern businesses, known for its dried seafood and herbal medicine shops.
  6. Mid-Levels: A prestigious residential area known for its affluent population and high property prices.
  7. Kennedy Town: A rapidly developing residential and dining district at the western end of the island.


  1. Tsim Sha Tsui: A bustling area known for its shopping, cultural attractions, and waterfront views.
  2. Mong Kok: Famous for its markets, street food, and dense commercial activity.
  3. Yau Ma Tei: Known for the Temple Street Night Market and a mix of traditional and modern Hong Kong life.
  4. Jordan: A blend of residential and commercial areas, with many hotels and restaurants.
  5. Sham Shui Po: Known for its electronics markets, textiles, and local eateries.

New Territories:

  1. Sha Tin: A major residential area with extensive shopping centers and cultural sites like the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
  2. Tsuen Wan: A blend of residential, commercial, and industrial zones with waterfront parks and shopping malls.
  3. Tuen Mun: Known for its beaches, parks, and residential developments.
  4. Yuen Long: A mix of traditional markets and modern developments, providing a more local Hong Kong experience.

Outlying Islands:

  1. Lantau Island: Home to Hong Kong Disneyland, the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, and the Big Buddha.
  2. Cheung Chau: A traditional fishing village known for its annual Bun Festival and seafood restaurants.
  3. Lamma Island: Popular for its hiking trails, beaches, and laid-back atmosphere.

Each district and major road in Hong Kong has its own unique character and significance, contributing to the city’s dynamic and multifaceted urban landscape.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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