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LAM TSUEN

Situated south of Tai Mo Shan in a valley, Lam Tsuen is surrounded by green hills and clear small streams. Today, Lam Tsuen spreads over a large area, covering 26 villages.

The woodlands behind Pak Ngau Shek Village are extremely rich in flora.
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek Village was built more than 300 years ago.

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Pak Ngau Shek Village
The village is divided into an upper and lower parts, i.e. Sheung Pak Ngau Shek Village and Ha Pak Ngau Shek Village.
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek still contains many old traditional Chinese houses.
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Kadoorie Farm is situated next to Pak Ngau Shek near Lam Kam Road.
Pak Ngau Shek Village
Pak Ngau Shek Village


Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden spreads over 148 hectares of land and is located on the northern slopes and foothills of Tai Mo Shan mountain.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
The Farm was established in 1956 to provide agricultural aid to farmers in need.

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Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm's valley has streams, woodlands and vegetable terraces - together with conservation and education facilities.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Conservation activities concentrate on protecting native orchids and rehabilitating birds of prey.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Rainbow Pavilion
The Rainbow Pavilion is a very Chinese classical pavilion.
Rainbow Pavilion
The gardens are lovely, with many indigenous birds, animals, insects, plants in residence and are worth a visit with the kids!
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
The farm was built in a valley with streams, woodlands and terraces in 1956 by Kadoorie Agricultural Aid Association.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm features a butterfly garden, a beautiful orchid garden and other flowers.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden
Visitors can stroll during hours inside Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden. Higher areas of the farm requires more walking.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic garden


Built in the Ming Dynasty, Ling Wan Monastery used to be known as "Ling Wan Practicing Hall".

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Ling Wan Monastery
Ling Wan Monastery
Ling Wan Monastery
It was built by TANG Hung-yee, the son of a prominent family of Kam Tin, for his mother to practice Buddhism.
Ling Wan Monastery
Outside the monastery, the shadow of old trees, the fragrance of blossoms and the singing of birds combine to create an idyllic picture.
Ling Wan Monastery
Ling Wan Monastery


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