The Hakka Folk Museum of Shenzhen is located in Luoruihe Village, Longgang Town, close to Huishen Highway, and 28 kilometers away from downtown Shenzhen. It has important historical value for studying Hakka folk culture and its origin, Hakka clan system, patriarchal clan and family spirit. It’s also known as Crane Lake Fortified Hakka Village.
At the same time, the museum is a historical witness of the development of the Shenzhen area by the Hakka people. It provides an important basis for the study of Shenzhen’s history, culture, folk customs and architecture. The most concentrated display of local folk customs in Shenzhen has important historical, scientific and artistic value.
It was built in the 22nd year of Qing Jiaqing (1817). It has been three generations and decades. It covers an area of 24,816 square meters, with a construction area of 14,530 square meters, a width of 166 meters from north to south, and a length of 109 meters from east to west. There are 179 residential units, each consisting of several houses and hundreds of houses.
Chinese Name: 深圳客家民俗博物馆
Address: 1 Luoruihe Street North, Nanlian Community, Longgang Subdistrict, Longgang District (龙岗区龙岗街道南联社区罗瑞合北街1号)
Getting There: Take the metro line 3 to Nanlian Station (南联站), Exit B
Nearby Hotel: Boke Boutique Hotel Shenzhen Longgang