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A small but well preserved house in Chai Wan. 2 minutes from MTR station.
Shows a typical Hakka house from the last generation. One of the last few remaining, and preserved as a grade 1 listed building.
There's not that much to see, so you...More
Although the small museum is interesting, the time it takes to reach it is not justified. A quick look around only takes a few minutes. Hong Kong has so many other places to visit so unless you are really set on seeing one of the...More
We enjoyed visiting this museum. It's a lovely quiet area, nice to be out of HK central for a while. Amazing to see it nestled among the apartment blocks.
You only need half an hour to an hour there and then relax in the gardens...More
After a 30+ minute subway ride and a well marked five minute walk from the Metro station, this "museum" as a tad disappointing. It was one simple, very old dwelling with typical home elements. No staff, not much signage, but a delightful hillside park right...More
You can see a replica of this very farm house at the Hong Kong Museum of History, but if you want to get away from the overwhelm of the city for a nice hour outdoors, in a peaceful garden setting, then take the MTR to...More