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Pak Tai Temple is located next to Stone Nullah Lane Garden in old quarter of Wan Chai. It was built 200 years ago to honour the Taoist god of the sea. It is a small temple in comparison however if we think about the size...More
Though tiny, this temple has some glorious frescoes and carvings. Don’t miss the dragons on the roof which guard the temple which is dedicated to the Taoist God of the Sea. The price of admission is merely a donation to the temple. It’s certainly worth...More
This was my favorite temple in Hong Kong Island - right around the corner from the Blue House in Wan Chai. Instead of the incense coils, it has colorful lanterns hanging from the ceiling, and a 10-foot Ming Dynasty era statue (a rarity in Hong...More
This is a living temple where people gather for prayers, for fortune telling and for sacrificing. So no souvenirs but real place for contemplating. It us hidden at the end of the street where more famous Blue House is located. Often you can meet movie...More
Nestled at the top of stone nullah road is the Pak Tai Taoist temple...
A real hidden jewel among surrounding concrete high rises...ancient banyan trees in the grounds shroud the the glazed roof tiles and ornamented walls/facades, a feast for the eyes and senses, incense...More