The Tang Ancestral Hall, situated at the junction of Hang Tau Tsuen and Hang Mei Tsuen of Ping Shan Heung, was constructed by Tang Fung Shun, the 5th generation ancestor of the Tang Clan in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368).
The Tang Ancestral Hall is a three-hall structure with two internal courtyards. The beams are carved with animals and auspicious Chinese motifs, while the roof ridges are decorated with Shiwan ceramic figures. The major characteristic of this hall is the absence of a threshold at the main entrance, and the red sandstone pathway in the front internal courtyard suggesting that one of the Tang clansmen had held a high-ranking position in the imperial government.
The Tang Ancestral Hall was declared a monument in 2001.
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