The Two-hall Building in the Nineteenth Century

Yeung Hau Temple in Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long is said to have a history of over 200 years. It was rebuilt to its present state in 1811. The temple is a two-hall structure separated by a courtyard, which has been converted into an incense tower. Yeung Hau temple was declared a monument in 1988.

Yeung Hau Temple
Address:Tung Tau Tsuen, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long
Transport: take the KCRC feeder bus No. K65; or take minibus Nos. 33, 34 or 35 to Ha Tsuen

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