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Lucky to have a guided tour today at Sheung Yiu Folk Museum. Many valuable histories and stories you can see from this around 200-years-old building. You can find the intelligent of Chinese Fujian people from the architecture. Special thanks to Mr Wong, a professional tour...More
Had a lovely surprise on a morning run through the park. I stumbled upon Sheung Yiu Folk Museum. It’s a beautifully maintained piece of history about the Wong Family of Hakka descent who settled in Pak Tam Chung circa 1840. The curator, Mr Eddie Wong...More
Sheung Yiu Folk Museum is a secret treasure located only a few minutes walk from Pak Tam Chung in Hong Kong's Sai Kung area. This area is remote from the city, but just what you need to see another side of Hong Kong.
I visited Sheung Yiu Village in Pak Tam Chung in the New Territories. It is a refurbished late 19th century fortified home to the Wong clan. There is a video that gives a good overview of the history of the house and I also spoke...More
The Sheung Yiu Folk Museum provides an interesting highlight on a pleasant walk in the Pak Tam Chung area near the entrance to Sai Kung Country Park.
After coming through the gate at the entrance to the Country Park its just a short distance to...More
Although Hong Kong has been already famous for its shopping, food and entertainment for years, there are lots of place in the rural area which worth a visit. While most Hong Kong resident and visitors may not know about the architecture and locals before the...More
I came here with my Dad in April 2017. We only expected to stop by the museum for 15 minutes or so but ended up staying for over an hour and a half!
We ended up meeting Wong Sheung Wah (Eddie), the senior museum ambassador,...More