Fung Ying Sin Temple
This brightly coloured Taoist temple perched on a hillside opposite Fanling MTR station is one of Hong Kong's most important Taoist...
Former Fanling Magistracy
This court building constructed in 1961 in a reduced neo-classical style marked the beginning when the Supreme Court's jurisdiction was...
Hong Kong Golf Club
The Hong Kong Golf Club's Fanling branch has three 18-hole courses. Visitors are welcome Monday to Friday from 7.24am to dark, with the...
Chun Yuen Noodle Shop
If you happen to be in the neighbourhood, these are some of the best-value strands around. Popular combos include thick noodles tossed...
Ping Kong information
This sleepy walled village in the hills south of Sheung Shui is seldom visited by outsiders. Like other walled villages still inhabited in Hong Kong, it is a mix of old and new, and has a lovely little Tin Hau temple (天后廟) in the centre. There are a dozen farmers left in the village, who grow vegetables using trench farming.
To get to Ping Kong from Sheung Shui East Rail station (exit A), catch green minibus 58K from the huge minibus station south of Landmark North shopping centre on San Wan Rd. A taxi from the Sheung Shui East Rail station to Ping Kong costs about HK$36.