U Lam Terrace
This quiet and historical place is located between the Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong Bridges Street Centre and The Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences. The area around Wing Lee Street and U Lam Terrace is where the history of Hong Kong Island begins. After the British army arrived Hong Kong, they picked to live and do business in Central, thus the locals were forced to move to the western part of the island. Since the demand of labor kept on increasing, many more mainland Chinese had chosen to come to Hong Kong for jobs, this made the area around U Lam Terrace the first Chinese community.
On the south side of the U Lam Terrace, there are two single-family residential buildings, named Yulin Haoting and Rulin Pavilion. The entrance to the gate is a large marble lobby. The Confucian Temple is a large platform with a small football field. It has a large stone wall in the north, a famous stair street in the east, and a street in the west. U Lam Terrace is also a large platform without a car. It is a leisurely place to see the neighborhood and play with the puppy.
(the above info is from the internet)