THE Chief Secretary's holiday bungalow on Lantau has been burgled. Police in Mui Wo were informed by Government Secretariat staff on Wednesday that windows at the 860-square-foot Kau Ling Chung villa had been broken. Government decoration contractors went with Mui Wo police yesterday to inspect the house, on a remote platform overlooking the Soko Islands and Shek Pik on southwest Lantau. Police said a split-type air-conditioner had been stolen and windows and a door damaged. A spokesman for the Chief Secretary, Anson Chan Fang On-sang, chairman of the Fight Crime Committee, said Mrs Chan had been informed. The bungalow, which has a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom, was a Water Supplies Department storeroom. It was renovated in 1989 to allow the then chief secretary, Sir David Ford, to stay at weekends. Mrs Chan has not visited it since she took over from Sir David in November 1993. A police source said Sir David would normally drive an Islands District Office saloon car to the house, five kilometres from Shek Pik. 'There is a locked gate on the water catchment road leading to the bungalow. Someone would have to open it before driving in. 'However, a person can walk round it,' he said.