The first two rounds of public guided tours led the public to Wan Chai to appreciate the historic buildings such as The Blue House Cluster, The Pawn, 7 Mallory Street, and the old Wan Chai Post Office. In addition to these popular tourist attractions, Hong Kong has many antiquities and historical sites hidden in the corners of the city. Taking into account the epidemic situation and public safety, the planned 3rd of the public guided tour was changed to an online video format to lead everyone into Yuen Long to visit the three legal monuments in the area, namely: I Shing Temple in Wang Chau and the Cheung Ancestral Hall in Shan Ha Tsuen and the Tang Ancestral Hall in Ha Tsuen, so that the audience can gain a deeper understanding of Hong Kong's history and local culture.
For the second spot, we came to I Shing Temple in Wang Chau, Yuen Long. If you want to know more about I Shing Temple's history, architectural features, and the condition of the buildings before and after restoration, don't miss the video!
"Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings" Yuen Long Public Guided Tour - I Shing Temple in Wang Chau (1st episode):
"Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings" Yuen Long Public Guided Tour - I Shing Temple in Wang Chau (2nd episode):
Preview: The public guided tour of the Tang Ancestral Hall in Ha Tsuen will be released soon. If you are interested, please subscribe "Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings" Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/3DU6fNv , to keep up with the latest news.
Date & Time
2021 Dec 14 Tue