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I am now visiting the Sam Tung Uk Museum once every year when I come to HK. This time, there was a very interesting temporary exhibit in the exhibition Hall at the back of the museum on the "intangible cultural heritage of Hong Kong". Very...More
Take MTR to Tsuen Wan Station & walk a few minutes. The videos & displays of local history & culture are very educational & beautifully presented. I spent about 2 hrs in this small place & thoroughly enjoyed it.
Walk by footbridge to Tsuen Wan...More
Sam Tung Uk was once the residence of a prominant Hakka family. It is now a museum showcasing the life of the Hakka people as well as non-tangible Chinese heritage. The house is not very big but the exhibition is interesting enough for a short...More
Like many small museums in HK, there is no entry fee to visit this well-preserved museum, which has lots of little exhibits and artefacts in each old unit, covering now forgotten ways of life and traditions. There is also, possibly only temporarily, a large exhibition...More
A small museum based on a real walled village, although much which had been lost had to be recreated to form the museum. It provides a glimpse of traditional Hong Kong village life, its house and furniture. There is also a display on traditional rice...More
I discovered Sam Tung Uk Museum two years ago and have been going every time we visit Hong Kong. A restored part of an old fortified Hakka village, it features a few rooms with original furniture and household items, a restored central hall which formerly...More
It was a hot Oct Sunday afternoon and I was looking for a place to chill and away from crowd from China Golden week. The Sam Tung Uk museum serve its purpose well. Didnt know there were Hakka people in HK and I am glad...More
A small quaint museum that is a short walk from the Tsuen Wan MTR station. It was once a fortified hakka village and as you enter, you will see the old houses which now serves as individual rooms for the exhibits. It is not as...More
Worth visiting especially if you love learning about other's culture and history. The musuem was once a Hakka clan’s fortified village that was originally built in 1786. It is very close to Tsuen Wan MTR station. Admission is free. There are many displays there worth...More