Ching Lok Tang Kung Chi
Ching Lok Tang Kung Chi, an ancestral hall, is located in Shui Mei Tsuen of Kam Tin. The three Chinese characters 'Sze Shing Tong', inscribed on a plaque in the middle hall, were written in 1794 by scholar Ch'u P'eng-ling.
'Sze Shing Tong' was built during the Ming Dynasty in memory of Tang Ching-lok of the 17th generation. The wooden crossbeams are supported by granite columns. The brackets are elegantly engraved. Screen doors stand at the gateway leading to the main hall. In the past, these doors was always closed, and opened only for important officials or on special occasions.
51 Tsuen Wan (Nina Tower) – Kam Tin
54 Yuen Long (West) – Sheung Tsuen
64K Tai Po KCR – Yuen Long (West)
77K Cheung Wah – Yuen Long (West)
Kam Sheung Road West Rail Station
alight at Mung Yeung School, Kam Tin Road, then walk along a track to Shui Mei Tsuen