Monument to Hong Kong’s Hakka community that is over two centuries old
Since Hakka people are the first settlers in Chai Wan, the Law Uk village is one of the earliest accommodation for Hakka people. With 200 years of history, it is the only remaining Hakka village in Hong Kong island area. Unlike Murray House, Law Uk village is the lone historical monument that remained in its original place. Visitors can view historical furniture, vintage decorations and production tools preserved from its day, and learn more about traditional Hakka culture.
|Venue name:||Law Uk Folk Museum|
14 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm, closed Thu|
|Transport:||Chai Wan MTR station, exit B|
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