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Mountain Trails Route Missions Po Leung Kuk Service Units along the route
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In Depth Tour of Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail
Po Leung Kuk Jockey Club Tai Tong Holiday CampTai Tong Shan RoadKat Hing BridgeYuen Tsuen Ancient TrailTsing Fai TongSham Tseng Tsuen Checkpoint:
The Sweet Gum Woods

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Kat Hing Bridge

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Tsing Fai Tong

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  1. Po Leung Kuk Jockey Club Tai Tong Holiday Camp
  2. Po Leung Kuk Lee Shau Kee Youth Oasis
Pak Tam Tour
Po Leung Kuk Pak Tam Chung Holiday CampPak Tam Chung Family WalkPak Tam Chung PHAB SiteSheung Yiu Country TrailPak Tam Chung Nature TrailPo Leung Kuk Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp Checkpoint:
Pak Tam Chung PHAB Site

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Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail

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Sheung Yiu Village Pier

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  1. Po Leung Kuk Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp
Tsz Sha Ancient Trail
Shatin Pass EstateShatin Pass RoadTemple Hill Fat Jong TempleLion's PavilionShui Chuen O EstatePok Hong Estate Checkpoint:
Fat Jong Temple

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Lion's Pavilion

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Shui Chuen O Estate

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  1. Po Leung Kuk No.1 W. H. Cheung College
  2. Po Leung Kuk Anita L. L. Chan (Centenary) School
  3. Po Leung Kuk Lau Chan Siu Po Neighbourhood Elderly Centre

 

Cultural Heritage Routes Route Mission Po Leung Kuk Service Units along the route
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The Old Days in Sham Shui Po
Garden HillMei Ho HousePrecious Blood Convent170 Yee Kuk StreetSham Shui Po Chinese Public DispensaryKwan Tai Temple Checkpoint:
Garden Hill

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170 Yee Kuk Street
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Kwan Tai Temple

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  1. Sham Shui Po District Council Po Leung Kuk Shek Kip Mei Community Services Centre
  2. Po Leung Kuk Shek Kip Mei Small Group Home
  3. Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School
Ping Shan Heritage Trail
Tsui Sing Lau PagodaSheung Cheung WaiTang Ancestral HallKun Ting Study HallHa Tsuen Tang Clan’s Historic Building Compound Checkpoint:
Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda

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Sheung Cheung Wai

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Kun Ting Study Hall

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  1. Po Leung Kuk Tin Shui Wai Rehabilitation Centre
  2. Po Leung Kuk Social Enterprise - Delish One
Po Leung Heritage
The Former Tsan Yuk Hospital CompoundTung Wah Hospital (Po Leung Kuk’s first-generation headquarter)Kwong Fook I Tsz (Po Leung Kuk’s second-generation headquarter)Blake GardenTung Lin Kok YuenV54Po Leung Kuk Headquarters (Po Leung Kuk’s third-generation Headquarters) Checkpoint:
Kwong Fook I Tsz

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V54

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Po Leung Kuk Headquarter

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  1. Po Leung Kuk Headquarters & museum (Current location)
  2. Po Leung Kuk Young Artist-in-Residence@V54
  3. Po Leung Kuk Chan Au Big Yan Home for the Elderly
  4. Po Leung Kuk Academy of Professional Education
  5. HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Community College
  6. Po Leung Kuk Gold and Silver Exchange Society Pershing Tsang School (Former Po Leung Kuk Pershing Tsang Primary School)

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#Some monuments/attractions may be temporarily closed for maintenance, participants can still visit it outside.

 

Mountain Trail 1 - In Depth Tour of Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail

Introduction of attractions along the trail

Po Leung Kuk Jockey Club Tai Tong Holiday Camp

With the allocation of government land, Po Leung Kuk's holiday camp was build in the country park surrounded by beautiful scenery and well equipped. It provides non-profit recreational holiday camp services to the general public, such as adventure activities, archery, bouncing nets, cycling, swimming, orienteering and sport climbing, etc.
Tai Tong Shan Road

The Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Tong and stroll along the tree-lined path, which gives you a feeling of walking in a European-style garden. In winter, the woods become a popular attraction in Hong Kong when the leaves of the sweet gum trees turn red.
Kat Hing Bridge

Kat Hing Bridge was built in the Qing Dynasty with a history of more than 100 years. It was built because of the turbulent flow of the nearby river and for pedestrians to cross the river.
Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail

Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail is the major trail to travel between Yuen Long and Tsuen Wan for villages trading their necessaries before the completion of Castle Peak Road.
Tsing Fai Tong

In Tsing Fai Tong Farm you will see a beautiful lotus pond filled with water lilies, there is more chance to seeing more water lilies during the summer and autumn months.
Sham Tseng Tsuen

There are many Chaozhou people and Hakka people live in Sham Tseng Village. It is a village that full of local culture and feelings.

 

Po Leung Kuk’s services units in Mountain Trail 1

Po Leung Kuk Jockey Club Tai Tong Holiday Camp

With the allocation of government land, Po Leung Kuk's holiday camp was build in the country park surrounded by beautiful scenery and well equipped. It provides non-profit recreational holiday camp services to the general public, such as adventure activities, archery, bouncing nets, cycling, swimming, orienteering and sport climbing, etc.
Po Leung Kuk Lee Shau Kee Youth Oasis

Po Leung Kuk Lee Shau Kee Youth Oasis is expected to be completed and commence service in Q3 2022. It will be the largest youth hostel in Hong Kong and have 1,680 spaces to accommodate working youth aged between 18 to 30. Po Leung Kuk has pledged to offer an affordable rent and provide a happy living space with high level of privacy to each selected tenant as well as to help expand their interpersonal networks.

 

Mountain Trail 2 - Pak Tam Tour

Introduction of attractions along the trail

Po Leung Kuk Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp

The holiday camp is located inside the Pak Tam Chung country parks with beautiful sceneries and well-equipped recreational facilities. It provides various recreation and sports programme on land or in water, which suitable for seminars, parties, skills training, adventure programs, discipline training, parent-child activities, leisure vacations, school education camps and group trips.
Pak Tam Chung Family Walk

Pak Tam Chung Family Walk easily evokes the childhood memories of many Hongkongers, as it is a popular site for school picnics in spring and autumn. The entire route features high plant diversity, you may slow down your pace and enjoy the nature.
Pak Tam Chung PHAB Site

The Pak Tam Chung PHAB Site is equipped with a number of barrier-free facilities, including entrances and exits, passages, wheelchair walks and accessible toilets, etc., designed to take the needs of wheelchairs/disabled into consideration.
Sheung Yiu Country Trail

Sheung Yiu Family Walk is an attractive place where everything is rolled into one – here visitors can go on a hike, learn about natural habitats and Hong Kong folklore. The woods along the tranquil Sheung Yiu Family Walk look out on the rolling hills of Tai Cham Koi on the north in the distance.
Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail

Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail is built along the river, offering views of fresh and sea water coming together to create unique habitats. At low tide, creatures appear on the mud surface of mangroves. Plants like Longans, Night-blooming Cereus, and Sandpaper Vine, which were used for cleaning pots in the old days, are seen by the sides.

 

Po Leung Kuk’s services units in Mountain Trail 2

Po Leung Kuk Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp

In the 1970s, the Director of the Kuk noticed the shortage of recreational and sports facilities for young people in Hong Kong. Therefore, Po Leung Kuk cooperated with the government to build the Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp, which marked the beginning of our recreational services. The holiday camp is located inside the Pak Tam Chung country parks with beautiful sceneries and well-equipped recreational facilities. It provides various recreation and sports programme on land or in water, which suitable for seminars, parties, skills training, adventure programs, discipline training, parent-child activities, leisure vacations, school education camps and group trips. It aims to provide non-profit recreational and sports services to the public.


 

Mountain Trail 3 - Tsz Sha Ancient Trail

Introduction of attractions along the trail

Shatin Pass Estate

Shatin Pass Estate is located at the entrance of the Kowloon area of Tsz Wan Shan Lion Pavilion "Tsz Sha Ancient Road", diagonally opposite Shatin Pass Road and Fat Jong Temple, therefore, it is named as Shatin Pass. It is also the starting point of this route.
Shatin Pass Road

At the starting point is a Kwun Yum Temple, Tsz Wan Shan built in 1853. One side of the archway is inscribed with the words “Magnificent views of Tsz Wan”, and the other alerts hikers with the words “turn back to see the shore”. It was said that an old Guanyin Buddhist hall was built by the funds sourced from believers. In the old days, villagers had to travel long distances southwards and northwards and accidents were bound to happen. Therefore, a temple was built to pray for smooth and auspicious trips.

Fat Jong Temple

Fat Jong Temple was founded in 1948. The environment is restful and the Buddha statues are majestic and solemn. The temple regularly holds ceremony every year. As the temple is located in the urban area, it is convenient for believers to visit.
Lion's Pavilion

Participates can take a short break in Lion's Pavilion and enjoy the bird's-eye view of Kowloon.
Shui Chuen O Estate

Walking along the Tsz Sha Ancient Trail towards Shuiquan O Village, the scenery is awesome as you can see the view of Victoria Harbour, Shatin and Tai Wai. Participates can enjoy the natural scenery of Hong Kong.
Pok Hong Estate

After leaving Tsz Sha Ancient Road, participants can walk towards Pok Hong Estate and arrive at Shatin Wai MTR Station to complete the route.

 

Po Leung Kuk’s services units in Mountain Trail 3

Po Leung Kuk No.1 W. H. Cheung College

It was the first secondary school established by Po Leung Kuk in 1971 and formerly known as Po Leung Kuk Committee Fellowship Association No. 1 Primary School. At that time, due to the restrictions of “Po Leung Kuk Ordinance”, it was not allowed to run a school outside the Kuk under the name of Po Leung Kuk. Therefore, The Association of the Directors was responsible for running schools under their name.
Po Leung Kuk Anita L. L. Chan (Centenary) School

It was the first special school organized by Po Leung Kuk and the first special school for moderately mentally handicapped children subsidized by the Education Bureau in 1978. It was named as “Po Leung Kuk Centenary School” in 100th anniversary of Po Leung Kuk for its celebration.
Po Leung Kuk Lau Chan Siu Po Neighbourhood Elderly Centre

Po Leung Kuk Lau Chan Siu Po Neighbourhood Elderly Centre was formerly known as “Lok Wah Elderly Centre” and founded in 1987. In the 1980s, Hong Kong's population structure was gradually aging. Po Leung Kuk began to formulate the elderly services in a timely manner to prepare for the high demand of elderly cares in the future. In 1987, Po Leung Kuk Lok Wah Elderly Centre opened, which was the beginning of the elderly service of the Kuk. Up till now, the Kuk currently has nearly 70 elderly service units to taking care the needs of the elderly.

 

Cultural Heritage Route 1 - The Old Days in Sham Shui Po

Introduction of attractions along the trail

Garden Hill

Get a completely different perspective of Sham Shui Po from the summit of Garden Hill. A quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of the densely packed neighbourhood, this short urban hike also affords great views of the district below.
Mei Ho House

Mei Ho House is a physical symbol of the beginning of Hong Kong’s public housing policies. It documents the development of public housing and living conditions in Hong Kong from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Precious Blood Convent

The Precious Blood Convent played an important role in the welfare of the community when it opened its doors in 1929. Not only did it provide shelter and free medical care to the poor, it was also an orphanage for abandoned babies. Today, the neoclassical building is not open to the public, but it can still be admired from the street, where it stands as a symbol of charity and commitment to those who are in need.
170 Yee Kuk Street

A Grade II historic building, 170 Yee Kuk Street is known as a tong lau — a type of tenement building that was prevalent in South China in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Built in the 1920s, the ground floor formerly acted as a shop for a frame-maker, while the floors above served a residential function. The calligraphic on the building actually is the advertisement of the shop.
Sham Shui Po Chinese Public Dispensary

A Grade II historic building, this construction was built in the 1930s after its former site, also on Yee Kuk Street, was deemed insufficient to meet the medical needs of local residents. The building is no longer open to the public, but you can still admire the stunning art deco architecture from the outside; the building’s pillars are adorned with Western classical motifs while the balcony railings feature bamboo-shaped Chinese ceramic tiles — a beautiful example of Hong Kong’s East-meets-West ethos.
Kwan Tai Temple

Constructed in 1891, Kwan Tai Temple is the only place of worship in Kowloon dedicated to the God of War and Righteousness. This Grade II historic building is a great example of traditional Lingnan architecture and includes many stunning features, including a giant bronze bell and crescent blade.

 

Po Leung Kuk’s services units in Cultural Heritage Route 1

Sham Shui Po District Council Po Leung Kuk Shek Kip Mei Community Services Centre

Po Leung Kuk’s first medical and integrated health centre - PLK No. 1 Integrated Health Centre, was located at Prince Edward (opened in 2014). The centre was moved to the new centre on June 11, 2019. It is the signature project scheme jointly developed by Sham Shui Po District Council and Po Leung Kuk to serve the communities. It mainly provided child-care service, hot meal food Assistance Service and other various community and medical services.
Po Leung Kuk Shek Kip Mei Small Group Home

Po Leung Kuk currently operates 16 Small Group Home to provide out-of-home care for children aged from 4 to 18 who are in need of residential care owing to improper care arising from family problems. It renders home life and residential care for children under the care and attention of a married couple working as houseparents. Through home-like living, it helps children develop a sense of responsibility and enhance their physical, psychological and social development. It also help to rebuild and maintain bondage with the children’s birth families, and formulate children’s future welfare plan.
Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School

Po Leung Kuk Choi Kai Yau School is the first independent, non-profit making, through-train private school in Hong Kong. Since the establishment of the school in 2002, CKY has been promoting all-rounded education with 12-year base English and Mandarin bilingual teaching.

 

Cultural Heritage Route 2 - Ping Shan Heritage Trail

Introduction of attractions along the trail

Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda

Tsui Shing Pagoda is the only ancient pagoda left in Hong Kong with the functions of protection, flood control and prosperity. As recorded in the genealogy of the Tangs in Ping Shan, it was built by Tang Yin-tung, the 7th generation ancestor. The pagoda is a hexagonal shaped, three-storey grey-brick structure about 13 metres in height. It enshrined Fui Shing to bless the clansmen obtaining high ranks in public examinations. The stone is engraved with auspicious inscriptions, and the stone steps are accompanied by cirrus-shaped belts blue brick, which means the clansmen could " rapidly go up in the world".
Sheung Cheung Wai

Sheung Cheung Wai was built in the 18th century by the Tang clan of Hang Tau Village, with a history of more than 200 years. Sheung Cheung Wai is a typical local walled village. The symmetrical layout of the village features rows of houses enclosed by a gray-brick wall, with the gatehouse and shrine lying on the central axis. The wall of the village was once surrounded by a moat with the only entrance situated in the middle of the southern wall. Although the moat has been filled in, and the gatehouse and the shrine have been re-constructed, part of the enclosing walls and old houses inside still remain to provide a general impression of the original setting, layout and characteristics of a traditional Chinese walled village.
Tang Ancestral Hall

The ancestral hall is an important cultural space for the clan. In addition to enshrining ancestors, it is also a place for discussion, celebration, weddings and social. Tang Ancestral Hall is under the “three-hall structure with two internal courtyards” architectural format. It is the ancestral hall of Ping Shan Tang clan. It was built by Tang Fung Shun (the fifth generation ancestor) more than 700 years ago. The main entrance does not have threshold and the front area is designed with red sandstone corridor to reveal the status of the clan. The third entrance hall has a shrine, and the room of the right wing served as a training office, responsible for maintaining the local security.
Kun Ting Study Hall

Many clans in the New Territories have built study hall to train their disciples, in order to obtain high ranks in public examinations and bring glory to the clan. Kun Ting Study Hall was established by Tang Ying Shan, a Tang member in 1870, to commemorate his father, Tang Kun Ting. The study hall has multi functions with dual entry layout. The ancestral shrine is placed in the rear, and the other part is for both teaching and ancestor worship. Ching Shu Hin is a two-storey building and linked to the Kun Ting Study Hall. It served as a guesthouse for prominent visitors and scholars.
Ha Tsuen Tang Clan’s Historic Building Compound

Ha Tsuen Tang Clan’s Historic Building Compound is one of the few Chinese-style buildings in Hong Kong. It consists of ancestral hall, Guesthouse and Yau Kung School. Ha Tsuen Tang Ancestral Hall also called as "Yau Kung Tong”, meaning “the elder brother is admirable while the younger brother respect him” and founded in 1750. In the 1920s, the expansion of the Ancestral Hall adding Yau Kung School and Guesthouse. In the past, the ancestral hall also used as classrooms during the peak enrollment period. In 1964, Yau Kung School moved to Xinsheng Village and the original campus served as alumni association nowadays. Guesthouse was originally a place to serve the guests. It used as the dormitory for the staff of Yau Kung School as well. At now, it is still enshrined the gods of Wenchang and Wuqu.

 

Po Leung Kuk’s services units in Cultural Heritage Route 2

Po Leung Kuk Tin Shui Wai Rehabilitation Centre

Tin Shui Wai Rehabilitation Centre commenced the service on 28 March, 2014. Service capacity is 80. Centre provides service for ex-mentally ill persons including hostel, self-care and living skill training, health care and para-medical services. For pursuing quality of service and better integration into our society, centre also provides different recreation and leisure activities.
Po Leung Kuk Social Enterprise – Delish ONE

Delish ONE is the first social enterprise of Po Leung Kuk that provides catering services, job opportunities and on-the-job training are provided to the underprivileged group. It is formerly named as "Sunny Cafe" and located in Tin Ching Estate. It promotes healthy diet and serves delicate take-away menus for breakfast, lunch and tea, as well as offers catering services to the customers.

 

Cultural Heritage Route 3 - Po Leung Heritage

Introduction of attractions along the trail

The Old Tsan Yuk Hospital Compound

During the earliest days of colonial Hong Kong, Dr. Alice D. Hickling, a woman doctor, noticed the city’s high infant mortality rate and sought to establish a maternity hospital that provides labour and delivery services from the Western medicine approach. In 1922, she founded the Old Tsan Yuk Maternity Hospital, the first Chinese obstetrics & gynaecology hospital, specialized in training Chinese midwives. To cope with the great demand, the hospital added one storey to the building during the 1930s and moved its nursing dormitory to the first floor of the Western Public Dispensary next door. In 1955, the hospital was relocated to Hospital Road and the original structure was used as the site of Tsan Yuk Social Service Centre, which was renamed the Western District Community Centre in 1974. In 2005, the Old Tsan Yuk Maternity Hospital’s Nursing Dormitory is now used as the office of the Conservancy Association Centre for Heritage (CACHe).
Tung Wah Hospital (Po Leung Kuk’s first-generation headquarter)

Tung Wah Hospital was completed in 1872. It was the first charitable organization established by legislation in Hong Kong and providing Chinese medicine treatment. In the late 19th Century, abduction and trafficking of women and children were serious crimes in Hong Kong. On 8th November, 1878, a group of local Chinese presented a petition to the Governor, Sir John Pope Hennessy, K.C.M.G., to set up Po Leung Kuk to rescue the kidnapped victims. “Po Leung”, translating literally as protection of the young and the innocent, represents the core vision of Po Leung Kuk. During its early years, Po Leung Kuk, due to a lack of a permanent headquarters, had to borrow the buildings of “Ping On” and “Fook Sau” from Tung Wah Hospital for housing its admitted women and children.


Kwong Fook I Tsz (Po Leung Kuk’s second-generation headquarter)

Kwong Fook I Tsz built in 1856 with funds from a group of Chinese merchants, the temple housed ancestral tablets of the mainland Chinese immigrants who worked and died in Hong Kong. It known as Pak Shing Temple and taken over by Tung Wah Hospital in 1872. In 1869, on-site investigations by the government revealed the poor hygiene in the temple, where patients shared the same space with dead bodies and a strong stench of decay filled the air. The conditions of the temple aroused the government’s concern about the lack of medical facilities for the Chinese in Hong Kong. A Chinese medicine hospital — now the Tung Wah Hospital — was built near the temple, laying the foundation of the charitable work of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals that was formed afterwards.

As both “Ping On” and “Fook Sau” buildings were shared by Po Leung Kuk and Tung Wah Hospital, its crowded environment was less than ideal and had hygienic concerns. Thus, in the early 1890s, Po Leung Kuk and Tung Wah Hospital reached a consensus, with Tung Wah Hospital borrowing the land lot of Kwong Fook I Tsz to Po Leung Kuk for the construction of a building to house its residents.
Blake Garden

The bubonic plague attacked Hong Kong in 1894, the situation in Tai Ping Shan District was particularly worse. During the tenure of Governor Blake, he focused on improving the living environment of Chinese by increasing the green belt, which he did by demolishing the Chinese residential area around the Peak area and building the Blake Garden on its site. A commemorative plaque at the entrance to the garden serves a reminder of one of Hong Kong’s most disastrous calamities.

As there was no recreational space in Kwong Fook I Tsz, the second-generation headquarter of Po Leung Kuk, women and children who lived in the Kuk could only go to the nearby Blake Garden. It was also one of the reasons why the Kuk would like to relocate the headquarter.
Tung Lin Kok Yuen

Tung Lin Kok Yuen was completed in 1935 and the first Buddhist monastery on Hong Kong Island. The monastery was built in the form of a traditional Buddhist temple, featuring a Chinese classical revival style that was popular at the time. Founded by Lady Clara Ho Tung — wife of Sir Robert Ho Tung, a prominent businessman knighted by the British crown in the early 20th century — the monastery is named after the Ho Tung couple. “Lin Kok” was the dharma name of Lady Ho Tung, a devout Buddhist committed to promoting Buddhism and women’s education throughout her life. She established Po Kok Free School and Po Kok Buddhist Institute in the early 1930s, and used the money given by her husband as a wedding anniversary gift to build Tung Lin Kok Yuen and Po Kok Primary School.

Sir Robert Ho Tung is a charitable person and be supportive of Po Leung Kuk's services. He had donated thirty thousand dollars to build Po Leung Kuk’s third-generation headquarter. To commemorate his donation, the hall on the ground floor of Main Building was named after his mother – the Ho Sze Shi Memorial Hall (also known as Kwan Ti Hall).
V54

V54 was built in the 1920s, it is one of the oldest mansion buildings in Happy Valley. The original building was adjacent to No. 56 Village Road. It was later demolished and only building No. 54 remained. The building was three storeys high and consists of a main building and a garage. To access the main building, it needs to walk through a granite staircase. V54 was confirmed as a Grade III Historic Building. The house was loaned by the former Chairman, Miss Angela Leong, BBS for the implementation of ‘Young Artist in Residence@V54’.
Po Leung Kuk Headquarter (Po Leung Kuk’s third-generation headquarter)

In 1932, the third-generation headquarter of Po Leung Kuk was completed. The opening ceremony was presided over by the Governor Sir William Peel. The Main Building continues to serve as the home of the Kuk’s children and recognized as a Grade II historic building by the Government in 2009. The architectural style of the Main Building is predominately neo-classical. The porch was added in the 1950s, and the pillars of the porch are decorated with Chinese stone couplets. The main hall had enshrine Kwan Ti, so it was also known as Kwan Ti Hall.

The main building originally had the pending trail hall and the trial hall and both were rebuild as Po Leung Kuk Museum, which exhibits various documents and cultural relics in the Kuk, witnessing the development and changes of Hong Kong society.

 

Po Leung Kuk’s services units in Cultural Heritage Route 3

Po Leung Kuk Headquarters and museum (Current location)

Built in 1932, the Main Building of Po Leung Kuk has been home for countless of children admitted to the charity. Recognised as a Grade II historic building by the Government in 2009, Main Building is a witness to the Kuk’s charitable works in Causeway Bay since the late 20th century, and is one of the few historical buildings that retain their original purposes.
Po Leung Kuk Young Artist-in-Residence @V54

V54 was built in the 1920s and confirmed as a Grade III Historic Building. The house was loaned by the former Chairman, Miss Angela Leong, BBS for the implementation of ‘Po Leung Kuk Young Artist-in-Residence @V54’. Aimed at promoting community arts, we provide short-term residence at a lower market rental rate and programme support to the young local and international artists. Artists are also encouraged to give back the society through various arts programmes especially the arts appreciation and inspiring learning activities to the youth from low-income families.
Po Leung Kuk Chan Au Big Yan Home for the Elderly

As a former Western Fire Station, it was converted into the elderly home in 1991, and became the first provision of residential care services for the Elderly. The day care centre of this home provides care and support service for the elderly who are frail and lack of daily care, making them maintain their physical and mental health, enhance social skills, and remain to live in their community to meet the goal of "care each other within the community".
Po Leung Kuk Academy of Professional Education

Built in 2020, the academy aims at offering professional training for nurturing educational professionals. The academy mainly focuses on providing practical-oriented programmes for early childhood educators.
HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College

Under a Joint Venture Agreement between Po Leung Kuk and the HKU Scholl of Professional and Continuing Education, the college was started in 2006. The college offers a wide-range of professional for sub-degree programmes.
Po Leung Kuk Gold & Silver Exchange Society Pershing Tsang School (Former Po Leung Kuk Pershing Tsang Primary School)

Former Po Leung Kuk Pershing Tsang Primary School was the first Po Leung Kuk school, which was established in 1946 and named as Po Leung Kuk School. It mainly provided education for Po Leung Kuk residential children and extended its services to other age groups.