Shing Mun Redoubt (城門碉堡)

Shing Mun Redoubt in Hong Kong was heavily fortified during World War II with numerous pillboxes, bunkers and other defensive structures. These defensive positions were built by the British and Canadian troops to protect the reservoir and its surrounding hills from the invading Japanese forces. Today, these structures serve as a reminder of the fierce fighting that took place during the war and are a popular attraction for those interested in Hong Kong’s wartime history.

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