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Originally a Hakka village built in the 19th century, the Sheung Yiu Folk Museum was opened in 1984. The 500-square-metre declared monument is situated in Sai Kung Country Park along the scenic Pak Tam Chung Country Trail, and is filled with architecture typical of Hakka clans living during that time, including whitewashed homes, lime kilns and a watchtower to look out for pirates. There are typical Hakka furnishings, farming implements and clothing to look at, as well.
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