Tsing Shan Monastery is located at Tuen Mun Castle Peak. At the Northern and Southern Dynasties, Master Pui To traveled to Castle Peak to preach Buddhism. Pui To Nunnery (present Tsing Shan Monastery) was built to commemorate Master ... Read more
During the Ming Dynasty, Tuen Mun fisherman wanted to pray for safe working trip. They built Hau Kok Tin Hau Temple in the Tuen Mun reverso to worship the Tin Hau. Now, Hau Kok Tin Hau Temple is Tuen Mun Resident's religion center.
In the Ming Dynasty, Tuen Tsz Wai (屯子圍)was one of the places that the To clans settled in Tuen Mun. There are three To Ancestral Halls around Tuen Tsz Wai and two of them were abandoned in the 1900s. The remain hall was Ng Lau Tong. ...
Tsing Chuen Wai (青磚圍), named after the building materials of the walled village - Green Bricks (青磚), was built by the To clan during Qing Dynasty. The village had four watchtowers and surrounded by walls in order to protect the re... Read more
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