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3 Historic Structures of Wong Nai Chung Reservoir

Wong Nai Chung Reservoir is the third oldest surviving waterworks construction in Hong Kong. Upon its completion in 1899, it served as a supplementary source to the Tai Tam Group of Reservoirs and further expanded the facilities for storing water on Hong Kong Island. The surviving historical structures at Wong Nai Chung Reservoir include a masonry dam, a valve house and a weir.

3 Historic Structures of Wong Nai Chung Reservoir were declared monuments in 2009.

Wong Nai Chung Reservoir


Tai Tam Reservoir Road, Wong Nai Chung


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Reference :
For more details concerning the historic waterworks facilities, please refer to the following website

Water Supplies Department

The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.


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