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Address: South of Dengshicongci, Bingshan | Yuen Long, Hong Kong, China
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One of two twin Ancestral Hall buildings along the Ping Shan Heritage Hall

Yu Kiu Ancestral Hall is one of the heritage attractions that can be seen as part of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail in Yuen Long. This is a 16th century building located next to... read more

3 of 5 starsReviewed May 2, 2016
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 2, 2016

Yu Kiu Ancestral Hall is one of the heritage attractions that can be seen as part of the Ping Shan Heritage Trail in Yuen Long. This is a 16th century building located next to Tang Ancestral Hall. It is in the middle of the trail and is convenient to find and explore. Opening Hours are 9-1pm & 2-5pm daily. The... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 15, 2015

The Yu Kiu Ancestral Hall is closed to The Tang Ancestral Hall by situated south of The Tang Ancestral Hall. It meanns The Tang Ancestral is the left and The Yu Kiu Ancestral is the right. Naming of the building comes from two 11th generation brothers of The Tang Clan who are Tang Sai-yin, or Yu-sing and Tang Sai-chiu or... More 

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