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Sham Shui Po
The Sham Shui Po District covers an area of about 1047 hectares, with a population of about 350 000. As it was one of the earliest developed districts in Hong Kong, it was once a commercial, industrial and transportation hub of the territory. Nowadays Sham Shui Po District is covered mainly by residential buildings and public housing estates. Factories and warehouses are still being concentrated mainly in Cheung Sha Wan.
Sham Shui Po District is one of 18 districts of Hong Kong. It includes Sham Shui Po, Cheung Sha Wan and Lai Chi Kok.
Nowadays Sham Shui Po is one of Kowloon's commercial hubs. Old commercial buildings in the area are very popular with the garment trade, and there are plenty of wholesale and retail shops. Cheung Sha Wan Road, where many of the garment manufacturers sell directly to the public, is nicknamed "Fashion Street". The low prices attract many bargain hunters.
Self-built settlements on the roofs of high-rise buildings have been an integral part of Hong Kong's history for over half a century. Rooftop structures range from basic shelters for the disadvantaged to intricate multi-storey constructions equipped with the amenities of modern life.
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