Wun Sha Street is a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island, located in Tai Hang District. Three days before and after the Mid-Autumn Festival every year, Huansha Street is one of the main venues for the Fire Dragon Dance in Tai Hang.
Wun Sha Street is adjacent to a water hole in the past, allowing local residents to slap on the water's edge, hence the name of the road. A section of the water hole on Wun Sha Street disappeared in the 1960s; the northern section of it was later called the Tai Hang Nullah, and it has now been covered as "Fire Dragon Path".
Tai Hang Wun Sha Street is just a characteristic street with basically no barrier-free facilities. The local passages are still wide and there are a few places with a small amount of unevenness. There are no ramps. It is not recommended for wheelchair users to go alone.
Tai Hang Wun Sha Street is just a short street. It is more convenient for wheelchair users to use the bus.
Address : Wun Sha Street, Tai Hang
- Wunsha Street is a characteristic street, the main entrance is at Tung Lo Wan Road
- Most of the passages on Wun Sha Street are still wide and there are a few places with uneven high-bottoms without ramps. It is not recommended for wheelchair users to go alone
- There are no accessible toilets on Wun Sha Street
Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance
- A huge fire dragon appears in the downtown area of Hong Kong! This is by no means a movie plot, but a century-old tradition during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Every year from the 14th to the 16th of the lunar calendar, starting from the Dakeng Lotus Palace, dancing fire dragons shuttle through the streets, and the quiet alleys on weekdays become sparkling with fire.