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Tang Ancestral Hall (Ping Shan, Yuen Long)
The Tang Ancestral Hall, was constructed by Tang Fung-shun, the fifth generation ancestor of Tang Clan about 700 years ago. The building is the main ancestral hall of the Tang clan of Ping Shan. It is a magnificent three-hall structure with two internal courtyards and is one of the finest examples of its kind in Hong Kong. The wooden brackets and beams of the three halls are elegantly carved with auspicious Chinese motifs. The main ridges and roofs are decorated with fine Shiwan dragon-fish and pottery unicorns. Ancestral tablets are located at the altar at the rear hall. This ancestral hall is used regularly for worship and celebrations of traditional festivals and ceremonies, as well as a meeting place for the Tang clan of Ping Shan.

This hall was declared a monument on 14 December 2001.



Tang Ancestral Hall, Ping Shan, Yuen Long

address Ping Shan, Yuen Long (Plan)
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Opening Hours 9am - 1pm & 2pm - 5pm daily
Closed on the first three days of the Chinese New Year
Figure : Transport
Tin Shui Wai Station

MTR Light Rail
705 Tin Shui Wai Circular (Tin Shui Wai Station)
706 Tin Shui Wai Circular (Tin Shui Wai Station)
751 Yau Oi - Tin Yat (Tin Shui Wai Station)

MTR Light Rail Feeder Bus
K65 Yuen Long East - Lau Fau Shan (via Ping Ha Road)

Kowloon Motor Bus
53 Yuen Long (East) – Tsuen Wan West Station
69M Tin Shui Wai Town Centre – Kwai Fong Station
69X Tin Shui Estate – Jordan (To Wah Road)
269B Tin Shui Wai Town Centre – Hung Hom Ferry Concourse
269C Tin Shui Wai Town Centre – Kwun Tong Ferry
269D Tin Fu – Lek Yuen
276 Tin Tsz – Sheung Shui
276A Tin Heng Estate – Sheung Shui (Tai Ping)

Green Minibus (GMB)
33 Yuen Long (Tai Fung Street) - Ha Pak Nai (via Ping Ha Road)
34 Yuen Long (Tai Fung Street) - Lau Fau Shan (via Ping Ha Road)
35 Yuen Long (Tai Fung Street) - Sha Kiu (Tsim Bei Tsui)

The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.