Historical site named in honor of Professor Jao Tsung-I, a Chinese scholar, poet, calligrapher and painter. This site with over 100-year history has changed from a seaside customs station, a Chinese labors' living quarter, subsequently a quarantine station, a prison and hospital until now a academy, which has witnessed the history of Hong Kong. The academy is located on a hillside and surrounded by highway, dividing into 3 zone: LOW (including gallery and hall), MIDDLE (including souvenir shop, and restaurant) and HIGH Zone (heritage lodge). Free admission. After a tour, you may enjoy a cup of tea or buy some unique and artsy HK local souvenirs at Middle zone. I go with my friend who is the enthusiast photographer as it is a good place to take photo during blossom season. Quite relaxing tour and less crowd.
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