A historical tour about public health in Hong Kong


Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

Created By: Ng Chui Ting

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A historical tour about public health in Hong Kong and this a tour around in Sheung Wan

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What You'll See on the Tour

The Man Mo Temple located in Hollywood road, Sheung Wan, which comprises three blocks, namely Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor. It was built in 1847 which was the oldest temple in Hong Kong. Also, it was built by rich Chinese merc... Read more
  Kwong Fook I Tsz, known as Pak Shing Temple, located at 40 Tai Ping Shan Street. It was built in 1850s. The colonial government separated the residence of Chinese and foreigners. Tai Ping Shan and Sheung Wan area became the living place ... Read more
Tong Wah Hospital is the second largest general hospital in Hong Kong West Cluster The Main Block of Tung Wah Hospital is graded as a Grade I historic building. It was declared for construction on March 26, 1870, under the "Tung Wah Hospita... Read more
The commemorative plaque was built to commemorate the outbreak of the Bubonic Plague in 1894 and located in Blake Garden. In 1894, the outbreak of bubonic plague was serious in Hong Kong. More than 2500 people died at that time. In order to... Read more
Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences (The Old Pathological Institute) It is located in Caine Lane, Sheung wan. It started operating in 1906 and it was known as the Bacteriological Institute. In the late 19th century, there were limited faci... Read more


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