Ting Kok (汀角) is the name of an area and a village in the northeastern part of Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of Tai Po District. It is located on the northern shore of Plover Cove and west of Tai Mei Tuk.
Built heritage in Ting Kok include:
- Mo Tai Temple (武帝宮). Built before 1785. A Grade III historic building since 2010.
- Lee Ancestral Hall (李氏家祠). Built in the late 19th century. Not graded. The are more than 10 ancestral halls in the village. Most of them have been modernized.
Flora and fauna
- Brief Information on proposed Grade Nil Items. Item #1257
- Brief Information on proposed Grade III Items. Item #1077
- List of the 1,444 Historic Buildings in Building Assessment (as of 10 September 2013)
- Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department: Hong Kong Live Eco-map: Ting Kok
- List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Hong Kong (archive)
- Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department: Pat Sin Leng Country Park
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- Press release: "Comprehensive coastal conservation plan introduced for Ting Kok ", October 25, 2012
- Zhou, H. (2003). "Temporal changes in a Hong Kong mangrove and adjacent foreshore sandflat meiofaunal communities". In Morton, Brian. Perspectives on Marine Environmental Change in Hong Kong and Southern China, 1977-2001: Proceedings of an International Workshop Reunion Conference, Hong Kong, 21-26 October 2001. Hong Kong University Press. pp. 459–474. ISBN 9789622096417.
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