The Kam Tin area consists of a cluster of wai, walled villages, that were established in the 19th century by the Tang clan, a ... More
Kat Hing Wai
The Kam Tin area consists of a cluster of wai, walled villages, that were established in the 19th century by the Tang clan, a family of high-ranking civil servants in the imperial court of China. These walled villages were built for defense against warlike neighbors and pirates. Kat Hing Wai is the best known of these walled villages, as its fortifications are the most complete. Hakka women, sporting traditional hats, are usually clustered around the entrance, and are quite happy to be photographed. A minimum donation is expected on entering the village.
After the Wong Tai Sin Temple, the Che Kung Temple is probably the second most popular temple in Hong Kong.
The Che Kung Festival, held on the third day of the Chinese New Year, sees thousands of worshipers gathering ...
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