Timings : Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Closed on Tuesday and Special Days
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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Located in Tsuen Wan area of Hong Kong, Sam Tung Uk Museum showcases the life of the Hakka people who lived in the Hakka hamlet of Sang Tung Uk 200 years ago. The main highlight of the museum is the agricultural implements that were used for farming during that time. No wonder, this museum is a haven for history lovers, heritage buffs and culture hounds.
Sam Tung Uk Museum sprawls across an area of 2000 square metres and reflects the rural lifestyle of the Chan clan that migrated to this region in the ancient era. Within the museum complex, there are several houses packed with traditional furnishings, agricultural items, kitchenware and more that belonged to this ethnic group. There is also an ancient village school at Sam Tung UK Museum that flaunts interactive displays as well as videos on traditional Hakka women, handicrafts and food. The Intangible Culture Heritage Centre was set up in 2016 that aims at enhancing people’s understanding of Intangible Cultural Heritage through demonstrations, exhibitions and lectures.
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