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Dr. Sun Yat-sen Museum (Kom Tong Hall)
 
Built by Ho Kom-tong, younger brother of Hong Kong millionaire Ho Tung and merchant of Jardine Group in 1914, the building was sold to a businessman, later acquired by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In 2004, Hong Kong government bought the structure, and renovated it to become Dr. Sun Yat-sen Museum.
 
Kom Tong Hall was one of the first buildings in Hong Kong to be built with reinforced concrete structure. The four-storey building is built with red-brick walls, beautiful railings in balcony, wooden staircase, gold-plated ceilings in bedrooms and stained-glass windows. It is a classical Edwardian residential building with great combination of Baroque and Rococo architectural style. The museum puts Dr. Sun’s path to revolution on exhibit, providing a place for imagination to how he found funding for the revolution from business elites, chambers of commerce and university, and promoted the ideology of a new China at the same time. Stepping out of the building, walk on Aberdeen Street to Stanley Street to follow the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail.
 
Opening Hours:
10:00am-6:00pm(Monday-Friday)
10:00am-7:00pm(Saturday and Public Holiday)
Closed at Thursday
 
Address: No. 7 Castle Road, Mid-Levels, Central, Hong KOng
 
Telephone: 23676373
 
Email: sysm@lcsd.gov.hk
 
Admission: Free
 
Transportation
 
Barrier Free Guide
 
Guided Tours