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Tai Fu Tai Mansion

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Tai Fu Tai Mansion

7 Reviews
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RosL wrote a review Jan 2019
Hong Kong, China59 contributions26 helpful votes
Took the kids for an explore. We drove, which made it easy for us to get to as there are a couple of car parks off the main road. The grounds themselves are very interesting - if you speak Cantonese, the lady taking us around is highly informative, telling us about the wharf, the Treasury, the pig sty, the kitchen and toilets and history of the family. There's no labelling so if you don't speak the language, make sure you get a leaflet when you walk into the house, and/or do some research before you get there. Our kids are young but enjoyed hearing the stories and trying to imagine how people used to live there, and they loved the open space to run around. We also wandered through the village to the Ancestral Hall, which was nice - a great snack stall had delicious cheong fun on the way back, which kept the kids going to lunch time. We'll take visitors next time we have some - it's great to show people New Territories life outside HK Island
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Date of experience: January 2019
Clivel_98 wrote a review Oct 2018
Hereford, United Kingdom1,432 contributions507 helpful votes
Set off from a road, the manorial house has extensive (for Hong Kong) grounds and a lake. Fascinating to look at the various rooms that were used, the peanut oil press and learn some of the history behind the lord who lived here with his two wives and their children.
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Date of experience: October 2018
Edgar S wrote a review Mar 2016
Hong Kong, China1,338 contributions98 helpful votes
Nestle in New Territories in a small village of San Tin close to Sheung Shui, one can visit the ancestral hall. It is well preserved, renovated last 1988 and gives a good insight on the history of Hong Kong at that time. Easy to reach by bus 76K from Sheung Shui or . green mini bus. A perfect excuse for an outing. Another highlight, is the nearby Hong Kong coffeeshop, serving good a good spread of local delicacies
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Date of experience: March 2016
JillConnecticut wrote a review Apr 2015
Connecticut1,470 contributions286 helpful votes
Our guide brought this place to life describing how a high ranking government official lived and entertained guests. Others did not live so well!
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Date of experience: April 2015
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