|Tai Fu Tai Mansion, San Tin 新田, 大夫第
This elegant house was built in the 4th year of Tongzhi (1865) of the Qing Dynasty as a residence by Man Chung-Luen who
achieved the highest grade in the Imperial Chinese civil service examinations and whose ancestors settled in San Tin in the
15th century. A cultural gem, the building is considered as one of the most beautifully-embellished traditional Chinese buildings
in Hong Kong and is renowned for its fine architectural decorations. Lavish plaster mouldings and auspicious woodcarvings
adorn its regal interior. Restoration was completed in 1988 with donations from the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club.
|Tai Fu Tai, Wing Ping Tsuen, San Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong
if you would like us to arrange an outing to San Tin and other heritage locations in the northwestern New Territories.
|Hansen's Events currently visits Tai Fu Tai on these regular outings
|Hansen's Photo Gallery
|by Hansen's Events