Chuen Lung Village
Hakka: Budding Green of the Mountain
Chuen Lung is a place in Tai Mo Shan, Tsuen Wan District, Hong Kong. Its name is derived from the local Hakka village of Chuen Lung Village/Chuen Lung Tsuen. It is located at the mountainside of Tai Mo Shan. The main inhabitants of the village were the Tsang family, whose ancestral home was Longchuan County, Guangdong (west of today’s Wuhua County). During the Yongle Period (1403-1424), they moved to and settled down in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.
Joyful Food Trip
Chuen Lung Village is famous for its self-service teahouse, mountain spring water tofu pudding and local watercress. There are various rare butterfly species, typically the rare Acraea Issoria (Yellow Coaster) butterfly. There are Chuen Lung Family Walk and Heung Shek Cemetery nearby. Sam Seng Wine is also located in Chuen Lung Village.
Famous for Film and Television Show
Many films used and TV gourmet and travel shows introduced locations in Chuen Lung Village. They include the classic horror movie “The Untold Story” starring Anthony Perry, in which the featured restaurant is Duen Kee Chinese Restaurant of Chuen Lung Village; the other starring Miriam Yeung Chin-wah and Louis Koo Tin-lok’s “Little Big Master”, in which Koon Man School and Duen Kee Chinese Restaurant are featured as the shooting location.
Chuen Lung Village, Tsuen Wan
|Opening hours: |
Chuen Lung Village is a Hakka village and a private place, and the restaurant is open from about 5:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
|How to get to Chuanlong Village:|
Method A – Green Minibus: Tsuen Wan Shiu Wo Street Green Minibus terminus, take route 80 and get off at the terminus
* Pay attention to the timetable
Method B – Hiking up the hill: Start from Tsuen Wan MTR Station A
Cantonese restaurant, toilets, parking lots, lots of mountain roads
It is recommended to leave in the morning using Method A. If you want to return to Tsuen Wan MTR Station , use Method B, unless you are strong enough to go straight to the top of Tai Mo Peak with enough energy.
Pay attention to the opening hours of the restaurant, which closes at 3pm.
Old-style cantonese restaurants are mainly self-help, so be careful when taking food to avoid knocking over.
As the area is a residential area, please avoid disturbing the residents with too much noise.