The Kun Ting Study Hall is stop 5 on the Ping Shan Heritage Trail. It is located on Ping Shan Lane just next to Ching Siu Hin (stop 4) for those following the heritage trail map. Opening hours are 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm daily (Closed on Tuesdays).
Historically, this building was constructed in 1870. It was restored to its original splendour in 1991 through donations from the Hong Kong Jockey Club. As such, this is one of the more beautiful and interesting attractions to visit along the trail.
What you will see here is a two-hall building of typical Qing Dynasty architecture with a grey brick exterior, two-hall interior configuration with open centre courtyard, granite columns, beautiful carved panels, wall paintings, ridge decorations, fascia boards, plaster mouldings, tuofeng (camel hump) motifs and a very attractive ancestral alter. It is a beautiful attraction that is well tended to and cared for.
A visit to the Kun Ting Study Hall is clubbed with Ching Siu which is accessed through a side entrance as well as by way of the study hall building. While standing in the alley between the two, you can see an interesting first floor footbridge just above.
Give the Kun Ting Study Hall a good 10 minutes or so to admire the attractive interior features before moving onward with your sightseeing around the Ping Shan Heritage Trail.