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Lam Tsuen River

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Lam Tsuen River

Lam Tsuen River near Kwong Fuk Bridge

The Lam Tsuen River (Chinese: 林村河; pinyin: Lincun He) is a river in Tai Po District, Hong Kong. It collects water from the Ng Tung Chai Water Fall on the hill Sze Fong Shan and joins other branches in the Lam Tsuen Valley. It empties into Tolo Harbour after being joined by the Tai Po River near Tai Po town.

Kwong Fuk Bridge

Kwong Fuk Bridge is an ancient Chinese style footbridge built across Lam Tsuen River.

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  • Rivers of Hong Kong, in Chinese

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