List of Grade II Historic Buildings in Hong Kong - Sai Kung District

Sai Kung District

Name Location Notes/References Photographs
Che Kung Temple Ho Chung Road, Ho Chung The temple is of a two-hall design with two annex buildings at both sides.
Tin Hau Temple Hang Hau
Tin Hau Temple Leung Shuen Wan Chau (High Island)

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