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Built in the Han Dynasty, this small tomb is one of the few sites of historical significance in Hong Kong. Despite of its value, it has little to offer apart from some pottery. The tomb itself is unfortunately not open to the public.
"This is the Lei Cheung UK Han Tomb on Tonkin Street"
reviewed 24 March 2014 by BradJill
This is the Chinese name for the the Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb and Museum found on Tonkin Street in Sham Shui Po. This is a little known attraction in Hong Kong that is free to visit and is located just 5 minutes walk from the Cheung Sha Wan MTR Station.
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This hole in the ground covered with thick mesh and surrounded by a circular area doesn’t look much when you walk up to it.
Only if you walk into the circle do you then get to see that the old well, which is not used as a well any longer, contains a large number of very big koi carp.