Follow AbandonedWay This abandoned primary school located in Fanling residential district of Hong Kong. The was built in 1970s and is one of the few remaining old style buildings in area. Once revered as the education center in the New Territories, the school has sat abandoned since 2004 after it moved to a new premises. […
Follow AbandonedWay When you see this building from the street, it seems that there can be nothing remarkable there. Ordinary concrete walls, miraculously survived windows. I would like to note only the huge wooden doors. Honestly, I would love to have something like this in my home.
Follow AbandonedWay Dragon Lodge is an abandoned mansion located at No. 32 Lugard Road, Hong Kong. It is one of Hong Kong’s most haunted places and it occupies some of the most valuable piece of land in the city. Dragon Lodge has seen many owners. The first owner who built the famous property in 1920 […
Follow AbandonedWay Riviera Plaza is an abandoned shopping mall located in Tsuen Wan District, Hong Kong. The property was developed by Tsuen Wan Properties Co., Ltd. and designed by Wang Dong Architects. The entire shopping mall has 9 floors (G/F and 1-8 floors) and 2 basements, with a total floor area
Follow AbandonedWay Cheung Chau is an abandoned cinema building located at no. 120 San Hing Back Street, Hong Kong. The two-storey cinema was built in 1931 and during its heyday, screenings were often full. The cinema showed both Chinese and western films, one show in the daytime and two at night.
Follow AbandonedWay Abandoned Karaoke Bar is a haunted site located in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong. During the 1970s-1980s the site was used as a Movie Production House, Taoist home and karaoke surrounded by many kindergartens & love hotels. The site was abandoned since 1999.
Inside Haunted Nam Koo Terrace in Hong Kong. The key dates in the history of Nam Koo Terrace. Photo gallery of shots inside Nam Koo Terrace.
History of Nam Koo Terrace in Hong Kong (1915 - Present). Nam Koo Terrace was built between 1915 to 1921 and was owned by a well-known tycoon from Shanghai, named To Chun-man. To Chun-man family lived wealthily in the mansion house for 20 years until Japanese occupation.