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BradJill wrote a review Aug 2016
Hong Kong, China131,841 contributions23,549 helpful votes
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Tung Kok Wai is one of several old village structures that you can see as part of the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail in Fanling. This attraction is situated between the Wing Ning Tsuen village and the Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall building. Here you will find a portion of the old wall that used to surround this 500 year old village. What you are looking for is the gated entrance with included Chinese character signage topped by a viewing tower. The entrance is elevated on a platform which served to prevent flooding in centuries past. This is a well preserved entrance that is nice to see. The village within doesn't offer much in terms of quality sightseeing so just have a quick look at the Tung Kok Wai village entrance and make your way to the next inclusion along the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail. Note: You can find more information about the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail, the various attractions you can see and downloadable maps directly on the Antiquities and Monuments Leisure Office & Cultural Services Department website 'Heritage Trails page.
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