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Ping Shan Heritage Trail, Hong Kong

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Traverse Ping Shan Heritage Trail for a chance to see a collection of Hong Kong's historic buildings. The trail is 1km (0.62 mi) in length and passes Hong Kong's oldest pagoda and a magnificent ancestral hall, as well as a number of other notable monuments and protected buildings. The route is flanked with multilingual, informational signs that provide more insight to the area's culture and history. Add Ping Shan Heritage Trail and other attractions to your Hong Kong trip itinerary using our Hong Kong trip builder.
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TripAdvisor
  • Location: walk now doubtlessly more Beaumont to the local regional light railway from station. There is also some places, separated by fences, forced to detour.
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  • A great escape from the rest of Hong Kong. If walking. You can get off at Tin Shui Wai mtr on the west rail line. See the pagoda and eat at the Thai Gather Restaurant opposite to pagoda. Lunchtime foo...  more »
  • As a regular visitor to Hong Kong I have been fortunate to see all of the major sights. I was looking for something different and this option was suggested to me. Its a bit of a train ride all the way...  more »
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  • A must go for history and culture lover. One of the very few places where historic site are still very much integrated part of everyday living
  • Good way to see historical HK. The climb to the gallery is steep.
  • Some nice architecture, but the trail is poorly marked. If you're staying in downtown Hong Kong and you're on a tight schedule, it's probably not worth the trip.
  • It's good to learn about Hong Kong history and the first settlements on the area. Also very nice architecture, and maybe the oldest buildings in HK
  • Nice local feel but not the best temples in Hong Kong.