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Yeung Hau Temple (Tung Tau Tsuen, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long)
Yeung Hau Temple in Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long was built for the worship of the immortal Hau Wong. The temple is reported to have a history of over 200 years and was rebuilt to its present form in 1811. It is a two-hall building separated by a courtyard which has been roofed over to form an incense tower. The temple was declared a monument in 1988 and was then fully restored by the Government.
Yeung Hau Temple was declared a monument in 1988.
Yeung Hau Temple
Tung Tau Tsuen, Ha Tsuen, Yuen Long (Plan)
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