Antiquities and Monuments Office | Brand Hong Kong - Asia's world city
GovHK | Graphical Mode | Traditional Chinese | Simplified Chinese | Search | Site Map | Contact Us [ Size 1 | Size 2 | Size 3 ]

Main | About Us | Contact Us | What's New | Archaeology | Historic Buildings | Declared Monuments | Heritage Impact Assessment | Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre | Ping Shan Tang Clan Gallery cum Heritage Trail Visitors Centre | Heritage Trails | Docent Services | Archaeological Display at Sung Wong Toi Station | Wun Yiu Exhibition | Exhibition Panels | Friends of Heritage | Young Friends of Heritage | FAQ | Links | Research Resources and Reports | Download Area

Online Exhibition > The Chek Lap Kok the Island and its history | Introduction to the Central Police Station Compound | Winning Entries of Hong Kong Heritage Awards (2004) Exhibition | Archaeological Discoveries in Sha Ha, Sai Kung

Photo Gallery

Tin Hau Temple at Miu Wan is the last surviving temple built of granite slabs in Hong Kong

Yuan Dynasty furnace complex at Ha Law Wan, which might be associated with the smelting of metal ores

Middle Neolithic burial in Kwo Lo Wan

Bird's eye view of Sham Wan Tsuen excavation

Tang Dynasty limekiln at Fu Tei Wan. Part of the kilns wall is still preserved in good condition


2004 © | Important notices | Privacy policy | Accessibility | Last revision date: 31 July, 2018

End of page