Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery

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Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery
Kowloon Motor Bus circular route 14S links temporarily Yau Tong to Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery during the Ching Ming and Chung Yeung festivals. The route follows a section of stage 3 of the Wilson Trail, leading to Devil's Peak. Wilson Trail Stage Three 1.jpg
Kowloon Motor Bus circular route 14S links temporarily Yau Tong to Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery during the Ching Ming and Chung Yeung festivals. The route follows a section of stage 3 of the Wilson Trail, leading to Devil's Peak.

Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery (Chinese :將軍澳華人永遠墳場), sometimes referred to as Junk Bay Chinese Permanent Cemetery is a cemetery in Tiu Keng Leng, Hong Kong. It is managed by The Board of Management of the Chinese Permanent Cemeteries (華人永遠墳場管理委員會). [1]

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Location

Tseung Kwan O Chinese Permanent Cemetery lies on the slopes of Chiu Keng Wan Shan (照鏡環山), eastwards of Devil's Peak. It faces the bay of Tseung Kwan O (aka. Junk Bay).

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References

  1. Location of Burial. Centre on Behavioral Health (CBH) of the University of Hong Kong

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