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Law Uk Hakka House (14 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan)
Law Uk is a simple Hakka residence built over 200 years ago by the Law family, whose ancestors settled in Chai Wan early in the Kangxi reign (1662-1722) of the Qing Dynasty. The Laws were poor peasants who grew rice as their livelihood. The village house is the only example left from the old farming villages which used to be in Chai Wan. It has been fully restored and is now a folk museum.
Law Uk Hakka House
14 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan (Plan)
Virtual Heritage Explorer
Monday to Wednesday, Friday to Sunday: 10am - 6pm
Christmas Eve and Chinese New Year’s Eve: 10am - 5pm
Closed on Thursdays (except public holidays), and the first two days of the Chinese New Year
Chai Wan Station
Law Uk Hakka House, Chai Wan will be fully closed from 9 October 2015 to 6 January 2016 for repair works. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.
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