Siu Hang Tsuen, situated in the northwest of San Wai, was established about two hundred years ago. The Tang clan of Siu Hang Tsuen originated from Lo Wai, but later moved to Lung Tong due to lack of living space. When they settled in Lung Tong, it is said, there were only ten houses. After living there for three generations, the Tang clan moved again as the village was frequently harassed by bandits. They moved back to Lung Yeuk Tau and established the present Siu Hang Tsuen.
The wall in front of the village, together with the archway at the eastern village entrance were built in about 1960 to obtain better fung-shui for getting more male offsprings. A small temple called Fok Tak Tsz is situated near the eastern entrance to worship the God of Earth.
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