Fortified Structure at No.55 Ha Pak Nai - Refuge of the Revolutionaries

This building was built around 1910.
It was declared as a monument as it connects directly with the revolutionary movement under the leadership of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen and his compatriots.

The location of the building overlooks deep bay and shenzhen.
Due to the geographical advantages, the building was served as an operational base of the revolutionary movement.

In the early 1910, after the Mutiny of the New Army in Guangzhou, the base was also used as a lookout to monitor the Shenzhen border and the area across Deep Bay.
The tapered and recessed window openings of the building offer a great view angle from the inside of the building.

The building is a two-storey rectangular structure and it is mainly made by bricks.
The Interior design of the building is also very simple.

To get there, you can take the MTR to Long Ping MTR Station and leave at Exit E.
Then, walk along Yeun Long On Lok Road to Yuen Long Tung Tai Street.

Turn into Tai Fung Street and take Green Minibus No.33 at Tai Fung Street and get off at Ha Tsuen Ha Pak Nai Village Office.

Then, walk towards the direction of seashore for about 4 minutes.

Location: Fortified Structure at No.55 Ha Pak Nai
Address: No.55, Ha Pak Nai, Lau Fau Shan, New Territories



Credit: Cafeew Wong @ Hong Kong Footprint (HongKongFootprint.com)

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