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Youth Square

Youth Square is a youth development project of the Home Affairs Bureau of the HKSAR Government, with an aim to be the hub of diversified youth development activities for youth to develop their potential. Youth Square facilities include the Y Theatre, Y Studio, multi-function areas and the Y Loft.

Address: 238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan
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Law Uk Folk Museum

Law Uk Folk Museum ("Law's House"), is named after its original owner, a Hakka family whose Chinese surname is transliterated as "Law". Today, this 18th-century Hakka village house - the only example of its kind in Chai Wan - is a declared historical building.

Address: 14 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan
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MingCha Tea House

Founded in 1999, MingCha* aims to revitalise the art of Chinese tea with quality tea tasting services and tea products. MingCha also host tea tasting and pairing workshops regularly.

*Visits are available by appointment only.

Address: Room 1007-1008, 10/F, Cheung Tat Centre, 18 Cheung Lee Street, Chai Wan
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Wah Ha Estate

Wah Ha Estate is converted from Chai Wan Factory Estate (CWFE), which has been graded as Grade II Historic Building by Antiquities Advisory Board. CWFE was built in 1959 and is the only remaining H-shaped factory building in Hong Kong. It was converted into a public housing estate in 2016.

Address: 2 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan

Overview

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Youth Square

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  • Walk (3 mins)

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Law Uk Folk Museum

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  • Walk (3 mins)

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MingCha Tea House

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  • Walk (3 mins)

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Wah Ha Estate