The unique cultural history of Hong Kong is yours to discover during this half-day visit to the city and get a glimpse into Hong Kong’s unique cultural history.
Visit the Man Mo Temple, dedicated to the God of Literature, or Man, and Martial Arts, or Mo. Built a century ago, the Man Mo Temple serves as the center of worship for the community. During your stop, you’ll also see the Market nearby, which sells all kinds of fresh products, dried herbs and seafood.
Stop for a visit of the Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall. Built in the early 16th century, this exquisitely decorated, three-hall building is still used for annual rituals and festival celebrations, and was declared an historic monument in 1997. Not far is Lo Wai Walled Village, also declared a national monument in 1997. The village is viewed from the outside only as it is closed to visitors.
Your brief venture into the heritage of Hong Kong also includes a visit to Tai Fu Tai, a stately 1865 country mansion that depicts how high-ranking officials once lived.
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Note: Tour is conducted in smaller groups and involves approximately 2 1/2 hours of walking with a few steps. Some sights may be crowded.