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By The Loop HK Staff | November 12th, 2017

From our Spotlight series. 

What’s it called? Lei Yue Mun Park & Holiday Village

What’s it all about? Formerly the barracks of British soldiers, the buildings — and surrounding greenery — are now holiday hostels that sleep up to 282 people. As such, canteens, lavatories, and other facilities (tennis courts, rope obstacle courses, and even a riding school) can be found on site, as well as an assembly hall that can be rented for events. Named for the nearby Lei Yue Mun channel, the park boasts stunning views from its peaks. The 20th century, European-style buildings have also been granted Grade I and II historical building statuses.

Where is it? 75 Chai Wan Road, Sai Wan Shan