The gates at Kowloon Walled City is arranged according to I Ching from a Taoism scripture. There are eight gates there.
The gate we are entering is Gate of Hexagon I (Qian Moon). After this gate, you will see Willans Rock (as illustrated below).
It is a landmark for the park of a dividing section. Which one do you choose? Left or right? It is totally up to you! If you wanna go to see old pictures of Kowloon City and know about the history of development of the district. You may choose right. If you wanna have a random walk, it does not matter which way you go.
For whom wanna see the pictures of the old days and know about Kowloon City? Please choose right. Afterwards, you will see a pond (it may be dried up for some reasons occassionally). The photo below illustrate a great spot for photo (I guess). Actually, the structure have little stuff that will add some colours for your trip (as I recall).
After walking down, we will be standing in the middle of a garden. You will be confused of which way to go. Left? Right? Straight? The answer is straight! You will see a structure with a toilet sign. Go for it! (even you do not feel it)
Take a closer look...
Don't miss out the stone plaque just opposite to the entrance of Almshomes.
Almshomes is one of your friend of this wonderful journey!
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