Wo Hop Shek
Wo Hop Shek (Chinese: 和合石; pinyin: Héhéshí) is an area in the south of Fanling, Hong Kong. It consists of villages and recently developed housing estates. The area is famous for its large public cemetery, Wo Hop Shek Public Cemetery, on the nearby hillside. Every year, during the Ching Ming Festival and Chung Yeung Festival, many people come to visit their ancestors.
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... The station had also served as the terminus for the now defunct Wo Hop Shek branch line, which ran from Fanling station to the Wo Hop Shek Public Cemetery ... The Wo Hop Shek branch line was taken out of service in 1983 after electrification upgrades along the East Rail Line ...
... Wo Hop Shek Public Cemetery (和合石墳場 Pinyin Héhéshí Fénchǎng), in Wo Hop Shek near Fanling in Hong Kong, is the largest public cemetery ... Wo Hop Shek covers 222.4 hectares with space for full and cremated remains ... Lam Tsuen Country Park is located the southwest of Wo Hop Shek ...
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