Why is it square bottom? Because it is still being renovated, the configuration is not yet complete, and there are fewer food nearby, which is not convenient
Dawanshiju, one of the top ten ancient Hakka villages in Shenzhen, is located on Dawan Road, Pingshan District, very close to BYD. It was built in the fifty-sixth year of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1791). It is an ancient castle-style Hakka surrounding dragon house. It covers an area of 25,000 square meters and a building area of 16,600 square meters. There are more than 400 houses. Dawanshiju is well-preserved, with a moon pond at the door and a wide site. Slogans from the Cultural Revolution period are still on the walls of the building complex. If you want to take a different path to the scenic spots in Shenzhen, it is recommended to take a look at the Yuanshan-Dawanshiju-Maluanshan line.
Located in Pingshan District of Shenzhen City, Dawanshiju is one of the famous Hakka enclosures. Starting from the Central Plains, the Hakka people gradually moved southward, and they lived in enclosures wherever they went. This enclosure is surrounded by high walls on all sides, with shooting holes built in the walls, and rows of houses inside. The whole family lives together. Dawanshiju is a good place to learn about Hakka traditions and culture.
"Dawanshiju" is located in the Hakka village southwest of Pingshanxu, Pingshan Town. It is a castle-style Hakka-style dragon house building. "Dawanshiju" is a key cultural relic protection unit in Shenzhen. It is located in Pingshan Town, Shenzhen. One of the well-preserved Hakka enclosures on a large scale. "Dawanshiju" was built by the Zeng clan. According to the family tree, the Zeng family was originally from Wucheng, Central Plains, and moved to Jiyang Village, Yongfeng, Ji’an, Jiangxi in the early years of Yongle, and then to Shipi Village, Ninghua County, Tingzhou, Fujian, Haiyang County, Chaozhou, Guangdong, and Xingning. The 13th Emperor Jianhui first moved to Pingshan, and the 15th Emperor Zhou Dynasty began to build the Dawanshiju in the 56th year of Qianlong (1791).
It took more than an hour to set off in Luohu, and the location was not easy to find. When I went there, it was undergoing major repairs. You can only feel the atmosphere of the year outside the door. After major repairs, it is estimated that the original flavor of the past has been completely destroyed.
Currently it is been closed and need extreme repair and renovation. Hard to find as it is hidden inside the apartment
This small Hakka village gives great insight into the lives of the local Guangdong people years ago. It’s well worth the visit and only costs 10RMB to get it. Only thing is that it’s quite far from do...
Before going I didn't check the actual status, so found it closed. Have learned to check before making the trip.Hope that someone is able to tell when this will be open again.
Closed for a while as it is being renovated. Located in Pingshan area of Shenzhen. Not easy to get to.