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Additional King Yin Lei public open days in November
     To allow more people to visit the declared monument King Yin Lei to appreciate and learn about its architectural features and history, two additional public open days will be held in November for free.
     The additional public open days will be held on November 17 and 18. Each open day will have four visit sessions:

* From 9.30am to 11am;
* From 11am to 12.30pm;
* From 2pm to 3.30pm; and
* From 3.30pm to 5pm.

     In addition to an on-site guided tour service, antique furniture provided by the former owner of King Yin Lei will be on display along with information panels and artefacts, and there will be screenings of a documentary about King Yin Lei.
     Admission tickets for these two additional public open days in November will be distributed at the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre (HKHDC), Kowloon Park, Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon from 10am to 6pm on October 27 and 28 (Saturday and Sunday). Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and each person can obtain a maximum of four tickets for one of the sessions.

     Remaining tickets for the November open days will be distributed at the HKHDC from October 29. Limited tickets for the public open days on October 20 and 21, and December 15 and 16 are still available at the HKHDC. The HKHDC is open from Mondays to Fridays (except Thursdays) from 10am to 6pm, and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 7pm (Enquiry hotline: 2208 4400).

     King Yin Lei is located at 45 Stubbs Road, Hong Kong. Visitors are advised to use public transport to access the venue as no parking facilities are available.
* New World First Bus route No. 15 (Central - The Peak)
* New World First Bus route No. 15B (Wan Chai (HKCEC Extension) - The Peak) (only operates on Sundays and public holidays)
* Green minibus route No. 26 (Lee Garden Road, Causeway Bay - King Yin Lei)

     For details about King Yin Lei open days, please visit the heritage conservation website of the Development Bureau (https://www.heritage.gov.hk/en/whatsnew/events_54.htm), call 2848 6230 or email to kyl@devb.gov.hk.
Ends/Monday, October 15, 2018
Issued at HKT 11:00
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