- This museum was once a fortified Hakka village, which was established in the mid-19th century by the Wongs, who started a kiln industry producing bricks, tiles and lime. A declared monument, the restored site opened as a folk museum in 1984. On display are typical Hakka dwellings including pigsties, a cattle shed, a six metre-high watchtower, a spacious drying terrace, farm implements and other everyday objects of the Hakka people. The admission is free.
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