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|Ma On Shan Line
Che Kung Temple
Towards the end of the Ming Dynasty, it was traditional for Shatin residents to parade a tablet honouring Che Kung if sickness spread across the New Territories. To honour the god's amazing ability to spare them from plague, the people of Sha Tin eventually built a temple and a windmill of changing fortune in his honour.
|Traditional Hakka Village
Built between 1848 and 1867, this remains one of the last remaining villages of its kind in Hong Kong. Covering some 5,000 square metres, its traditional, castle-style, rectangular structure is surrounded by high walls whose three-storey corner towers once used to safeguard villagers from enemy attack.
|Ma On Shan Country Park
This lush green Country Park's many leisure facilities include a barbeque area and a challenging three-Kms walking trail that is designed to test even the hardiest hikers.
|Whitehead Golf Centre
With its extensive barbeque area, Whitehead is a fantastic choice for family outings. Its 1.5 million square feet of golfing facilities are equally popular with golfers who throng to its 170 driving ranges, 17 grass bays and 12 training bays.