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Kat Hing Wai, Hong-Kong

Of more historical than practical interest, this tiny walled village was one of the first settlements of the Tang clan, who arrived in Hong Kong in the 12th century and have dominated much of the area ever since.

Of more historical than practical interest, this tiny walled village was one of the first settlements of the Tang clan, who arrived in Hong Kong in the 12th century and have dominated much of the area ever since. The village today, however, has lots of nondescript modern lowrise concrete housing blocks crammed behind a crumbling gray brick wall. $1 donation requested, and if you see the old Hakka women lounging near the sole entrance, expect to pay $10 or so if you want to take their picture.


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About Kat Hing Wai

 Kat Hing Wai, Kam Tin, Hong Kong

Kat Hing Wai and Nearby Sights on Map

Kun Ting Study Hall

Tang Ancestral Hall

Ping Shan Heritage Trail

This is a kilometre long trail enabling you to take in the most important buildings in this historical area, including the ancient pagoda of Tsui Shing Lau, the Tang Ancestral Hall and the Kun Ting Study Hall

Tsui Shing Lau

Hong Kong Wetland Park

It is a relaxing park set amidst an ecological mitigation area

Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree

Traditionally, it is believed that it will bring good luck and fortune

Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery

This is a temple built in 1960 and is one of the best monasteries for visitors to enjoy

Hong Kong Railway Museum

Fu Shin Street Traditional Bazaar

The Fu Shin Street traditional bazaar is one of Hong Kong’s oldest surviving wet markets, dating back to 1892

Ching Chung Koon

Ching Chung Koon is a traditional Taoist temple located in a tranquil setting with well manicured bonsai trees, bamboo and fish-ponds