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Built in the Han Dynasty, this small tomb is one of the few sites of historical significance in Hong Kong. Despite of its value, it has little to offer apart from some pottery. The tomb itself is unfortunately not open to the public.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle - need to walk quite a bit from nearest MTR stop but well worth it. Free experience and best part was the backstory to how it was discovered, why it was discovered, and the video interviews with former...More
I love history and have visited other tombs around the world and was keen to see how this would be compared to others of the period.
I'm not sure what I was expected as with all these things there's only so much they can let...More
After living in Hong Kong for 12 years, I finally paid a visit to Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum. The tomb itself is not very big, and is fenced off to visitors. It's barely visible, to tell you the truth. The attached exhibition hall...More
Even though this place is very small, it's quite interesting.
You can very a tiny bit of the tomb from a window looking in. If you would like a full scale replica to touch and feel, you can go to the Museum of History in...More
Another historical places I visited that even my local HK friend is not aware of. We took bus no 2A from Yau Ma Tei area to the entrance. This tomb was built in Eastern Han Dynasty (AD25 to 200). Although there are pottery and bronze...More
I have traveled to Hong Kong over the last 45 years and was not aware until recently of the small, 2000 year old Han Dynasty Tomb tucked away in Cheung Sha Wan. The Tomb site is easy to get to using the MTR and a...More
It is a very small museum showing a tomb of Han Dynasty. The tomb itself is very small and empty. You can see the inside of tomb through a small glass window.
There are also some small show rooms outside the tomb showing how the...More
This tomb was discovered in 1955 in Kowloon. It is very small, only 4 rooms, and probably belonged to a man who had something to do with coastal trade. The 4 chambered tomb was empty when discovered, and, in truth, not many goods were found...More
This a a small Han dynasty tomb in the middle of a busy housing area. You can only have a peek into the tomb trough a glass door, but can't go inside (which would be very uncomfortable as the ceiling is very low). As small...More