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Old House, Hoi Pa Village (Tak Wah Park, Tak Wah Street, Tsuen Wan)
Originally a Hakka mixed-lineage village established in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Hoi Pa Village in Tsuen Wan has now been developed together with the adjacent areas into Tak Wah Park. The house situated at Lot 917 of Hoi Pa Village was built in 1904 by Yau Yuen-cheung (1865-1937), a scholar from the village, using rammed earth, grey bricks and timber, and has been preserved as a fine example of traditional southern Chinese village architecture.
Old House, Hoi Pa Village
Tak Wah Park, Tak Wah Street, Tsuen Wan (Plan)
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Old House, Hoi Pa Village in Tsuen Wan is temporarily closed. For enquiries, please contact the Environmental Protection Department at 2824 3773.
Tsuen Wan Station
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