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Cultural Tourism Guide Project

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Cultural Tourism Guide Project
GE1307 Appreciation of Built Heritage
TUNG Ho Lam, Jim (52576397)
CHANG Hiu Lam, Linda (53086449)

Cultural Tourism Guide Project
GE1307 Appreciation of Built Heritage
Section C61
TUNG Ho Lam, Jim (52576397)
CHANG Hiu Lam, Linda (53086449)
Heritage - into Your Life
Musemum of Tea Ware
Yau Ma Tei Theatre
Western Market
Lui Seng
Chun

0815 - 0845
Gather at CityU's U-circle
0845 - 0930
Go to Museum of Tea Ware
0930 - 1015
Guided tour
1015 - 1100
Tea performance
1100 - 1130
Go to Western Market
1130 - 1300
Lunch inside Western Market
1300 - 1345
Tour
1345 - 1415
Go to Yau Ma Tei Theatre
1415 - 1515
Cantonese opera performance
1515 - 1615
Guided Tour
1615 - 1645
Go to Lui Seng Chun
1645 - 1745
Guided tour
1745 - 1815
Go back to CityU and dismiss
Assembling
- assemble time: 0815 am
- confirm attendance
- distribute caps & stickers for recognition
- distribute bottled water on the bus
- introduce schedule
- located at Admiralty (Inside Hong Kong Park)

- open hour : 10am - 6pm everyday
(day off : Tue)

- open to public freely

- drop-off and pick-up

Museum of Tea Ware
- built in 1846

- residence of the commander of the British Armed Forces

- in Victoria Barracks

- 1984 : reconstructed as Museum of Tea Ware

- 1989 : being Declared Monument


History
- colonial heritage

- Greek Revival Architectural

- 1st Museum of Tea Ware in International

- hobbies of elderly

- air-conditioning

- barrier-free facilities

Why this heritage?
- built in 1846

- residence of the commander of the British Armed Forces

- in Victoria Barracks

- 1984 : reconstructed as Museum of Tea Ware

- 1989 : being Declared Monument


History
- one of the oldest Western Building

- mainly built by Granite

- Greek Revival style



Architecture
Architecture
Colonial heritage
Round column
Wide corridor
Wooden blinds
Elegant stairs
Classical droplight
- public exhibition about tea

- history of Chinese tea culture

- tea ware introduction

- tea types introduction
Present
- tea ware competition

- pottery - ancient and modern

- signet
Present
Activity
Tea-tasting
'Tea Demonstration in Four Season'

- art of tea ceremony
Scented Tea in Spring
Green Tea in Summer
Oolong Tea in Autumn
Pu’erTea in Winter
Activity
Guided tour
- sign language interpretation available

- lead by experienced guide

Stamp collection
- exclusive stamp in museum

- souvenir
stamp sample
Barrier-free facility
Induction Loop system
Sign language tour
Lift
Disabled toilet
Ramp
- located at Sheung Wan Des Voeux Road Central

- open hour : 10am – 12am everyday

- open to public freely

- drop-off and pick-up

Western Market
- Edwardian architectural style

- shows traditional craft industry

- air-conditioning

- barrier-free facilities


Why this heritage?
Lunch arrangement
- shopping mall

- sell traditional craft

- sell cloth materials (fabric, silk...)

- retrospective HK culture

Present
- built in 1906

- Office of Hong Kong Marine Department

- North Block of the old Sheung Wan Market



History
In the past…
Since 1990...
- being Declared Monument

- managed by Urban Renewal Authority
- segmental arch ( ) at entrance
Architecture
- windowsill with semi-rounded arch

- colourful stained glass


- mainly built by Red-bricks

- granite as the foundations

- Edwardian style

- “Bandaged” brickwork on the four corner towers


Architecture
Barrier-free facility
Flat floor
Lift
Disabled toilet
Activity
Guided Tour
- guided by tutor

- introduce architectural style

- visit different shops
Photo-taking
Top Floor
- The Grand Stage

- 1st theme restaurant of
retrospective dancing

- eat + enjoy the architecture &
dance performance


Lunch arrangement
- 1.5 hour lunch time

- set lunch

- Chinese dishes & Dim Sum

- suitable food for elders
Dismiss in CityU!
- located at Yau Ma Tei Waterloo Road

- open Hour : 1pm – 8 pm everyday

- open to public freely

- drop-off and pick-up
Yau Ma Tei Theatre
- Neoclassicism Architectural

- the only surviving pre-war cinema in HK

- hobbies of elderly

- air-conditioning

- barrier-free facilities
Why this heritage?
- 5 years to rebuild

- 2012 : Reopen to public

- Centre for Chinese Opera Performance

- Promote Chinese Opera Development

- Nurture new Chinese Opera actors

Present
- built in 1930

- cinema in the neighbourhood
- closed down

- being Grade 2 historical heritage

History
In the past...
Since 1998...
- two Granite Columns at entrance
- with smiley and crying faces
Architecture
- pre-war cinema

- mainly built by Bricks and Granite

- Neoclassicism Style

- mixed Chinese & Western style
Architecture
Activity
- lead by experienced guide

- concrete structure under floor
(exclusively for tour participants)
Activity
Chinese Oblique
tiling roof
Western Geometry
Pattern
Characteristic
- segmental arch

- retrospective stage and
dressing room conserved

Guided tour
- free selection by the Academy
Cantonese opera
Photo-taking
Barrier-free facility
LED subtitle board
Disabled toilet
ramp
induction loop system
- typical Tong-lau

- classical Italian Architectural

- show the community life in the past

- elder usually prefer Chinese medical
service

- air-conditioning

- barrier-free facilities
Why this heritage?
- built in 1931

- owned by Mr. Lui Leung

- residence of Lui’s Family

- chinese bone-setting medicine shop
History
In the past...
Since 2000...
- 2012 : revitalized with BU

- Chinese Medicine and Healthcare Centre

- for public exhibition

- Chinese medical services, Chinese bone-
setting & acupuncture and moxibustion
( )

- selling Herbal Tea & Chinese Medicine
Present
- Mainly built by reinforced concrete

- classical Italian style
Architecture
- located at Mong Kok Lai Chi Kok Road

- open hour :
Mon – Sat: 9am – 1pm, 2pm - 8pm
Sun: 9am – 1pm

- open to public freely

- drop-off and pick-up
Lui Seng Chun
- donated to HK government

- Grade 1 historical heritage

Octagon brown tile
Typical & Width
balcony
Elegant handrail
decorations
Wooden Windows & Doors
Architecture
Antique stone tablet
Curved surface
Stone mill column
- lead by experienced guide

- visit closed section (upper floor)
Activity
Guided tour
Souvenir
Barrier-free facility
Ramp
Lift
Disabled toilet
Wheel-chair seats
Emergency
first aid
contact list
hospital
nearby
water
umbrella
Weather
indoor
activities
Price
- transportation
$1650
- meal
$1437
- guided tour fee
$0
- 1 cap per person
$135
- 2 bottled water per person
$216
- service charge
30% Mark-up
$165 per head
Logistic arrangement
- Rehabus bus

- by The Hong Kong Council of Social
Service

- Max. 20 + 8 wheel-chair seats
Extra consideration
Food
suitable for elders
food allergy confirm
bad weather
Adverse weather arrangement
- confirm the schedule with the Academy

- call the elders

- higher warning signals or pre-signals issued before 0630 am
Museum of Tea Ware
Western Market
Yau Ma Tei Theatre
Lui Seng Chun
Ruttonjee Hospital
- 2291 2000
- 266 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai
- Emergency Service available
Ruttonjee Hospital
- 2291 2000
- 266 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai
- Emergency Service available
Tung Wah Hospital
- 2589 8111
- 12 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan
Kwong Wah Hospital
- 2332 2311
- 25 Waterloo Road
- Emergency Service available
Caritas Medical Centre
- 3408 5678
- 111 Wing Hong Street, Sham
Shui Po
- Emergency Service available
Medicine
Reminder
remind 1 day before
send schedules
contact list
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