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TAI WAI

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Tai Wai is an area in Hong Kong, China. It is the largest part of the Sha Tin District.



Tourists can also to Tai Wai to visit the Heritage Museum where they can see some videos of Chinese festivals.

Heritage Museum
Heritage Museum
Hong Kong Heritage Museum's 12 galleries are built around traditional Chinese open courtyards.

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Heritage Museum
Heritage Museum
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum features a Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall.
Heritage Museum
Heritage Museum
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum has permanent exhibition tracing the development of Cantonese opera including a huge bamboo theater.
Heritage Museum
Heritage Museum
Beautiful clothes of Cantonese Opera performers are displayed in the Heritage Museum.
Heritage Museum
Heritage Museum
This huge dragon is used during the Tin Hau Festival Parade in Yuen Long.


Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village is the largest and oldest walled village in Sha Tin district with over 400 years of history.

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Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village is the oldest and largest walled village in Sha Tin. It was built in 1574. Almost all villages have an ancestral hall and a temple.
Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village
Usually, people living in the walled village are extended families or clans sharing the same surname.
Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village
Tai Wai village was established in 1574. Although the area has experienced massive new town development in recent decades, the area inside the walled village is worth a visit. In some walled village, doors are still closed at night time.
Tai Wai street
Tai Wai street
Tai Wai's population is around 10,000 inhabitants. Few factory buildings are still in use, mostly as warehouses.
Rock
Rock
Rock covered by a painted Chinese character and located near Pak Tin area in the enorth of Tai Wai.


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