Attractions

Historic Building in Fanling & Sheung Shui

Tai Fu Tai Mansion

Located between Yuen Long and Sheung Shui, this splendid Mandarin-style building complex dating from 1865 is eclectically fused with Western design. Members of the Man clan, another powerful family in the New Territ…
Taoist Temple in Fanling & Sheung Shui

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 temples. It was founded in 1926 and has been meticulously renovated over the years.…
Historic Building in Fanling & Sheung Shui

Luen Wo Market

Located northeast of Fanling MTR station, Luen Wo Market (currently closed for restoration) was founded in 1951 by landowners so farmers from the surrounding villages could sell their produce. The simple white struc…
Village in Fanling & Sheung Shui

Ping Kong

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 templ…