Luk Keng (North District)

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The northern end of Luk Keng, by Luk Keng Road.
Wong Chun Yu Ancestral Hall, in Luk Keng Wong Uk.

Luk Keng (Chinese: 鹿頸; literally: 'deer's neck') is an area in the North District of Hong Kong. It contains several villages, including:

  • Luk Keng Chan Uk (鹿頸陳屋)
  • Luk Keng Lam Uk (鹿頸林屋)
  • Luk Keng Wong Uk (鹿頸黃屋)

Location[edit]

Luk Keng is located in the northeastern part of the New Territories, to the south west of Sha Tau Kok, east of Nam Chung and to the south of the Starling Inlet (Sha Tau Kok Hoi).

Transportation[edit]

The closest station to Luk Keng on the MTR is Fanling Station. Green minibus No.56K runs to the Luk Keng terminus.

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Coordinates: 22°31′32″N 114°12′55″E / 22.52556°N 114.21528°E / 22.52556; 114.21528