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A former police station built in 1902 to combat pirates, this historical jewel has been converted into a nine-room boutique hotel by the Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation. Details such as the cannons and searchlights have been painstakingly preserved as reminders of the building’s heritage. Located on a headland, it provides stunning views of Tai O Fishing Village, especially from Tai O Lookout, the glass-roofed cafe at the top of the property. The grounds are open to the public, so ask for a map at reception, or join one of the free guided tours of the hotel.