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Lung Yeuk Tau is one of the two designated heritage trails in the New Territories. It consists of five walled villages that form the Tang clan in Fanling as well as other historic buildings. Unfortunately nearly all of them are not open to the public....More
The Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail is a great walk around Fanling. Covering only a couple of km fit is awalk that most people can do.
We walked from Fanling station (approx. 1.5 km) but buses re also available. We visited • Tsung Kyam Church,...More
An amazing array of very old walled villages and temples and ancestral halls in amongst todays village life. Be prepared to lose your way...its worth it and easy to do if you do the full trail.We did it back to front starting out of town...More
Two of the attractions that make up the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail in Fan Ling which are not listed here at TripAdvisor are the Tsung Kyam Church and the Shek Lo properties. These arethe first two stops on the trail for those starting your...More
The Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail is an interesting collection of historic walled villages and other heritage attractions in the area of Fanling. This is something that will might be interesting for history and heritage attraction buffs who have done the sightseeing rounds in Hong...More
One of the touted heritage trails, this is simply not worth the time or effort. The trail is impossible to find (there are no directions or sign posts or a map) and once you do figure out where to meander, there's simply nothing to see....More
Not many people, even local HK’ers know this part of Hong Kong. On a chance opportunity my husband’s friends took us back to their childhood home. Their childhood home was a part of the Heritage Trail. Although we didn’t walk the whole trail, I’m glad...More
I read Dave D's review of this walk before going (titled "Meh"), and I have to say that he is 100% correct. I will add that the walk is downright unpleasant, complete with snarling dogs nosing under corrugated metal fences, animal feces on the sidewalk,...More
It's not fair to say this isn't interesting, but for the distance travelled it wasn't amazing. The walk is through a growing suburb, and it doesn't seem like a lot of effort is put into the preservation of the relics.
If you want something unique,...More