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The Man Mo Temple Compound on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan comprising three blocks, namely Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor, was built approximately between 1847 and 1862 by wealthy Chinese merchants. Man Mo Temple was built mainly for the...more
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If you’re in the area definitely stop in to the monastery and purchase bag of incense sticks for donation of HKD18. No matter what your beliefs, it’s lovely to light them and take in the smoke filled aroma of the small but quaint room. Don’t...More
The Man Mo Temple along Hollywood Road in Sheung Wan is a Grade I historical building and one of the most popular Chinese temples to visit in Hong Kong. Opening hours are 8am to 6pm daily.
The temple dates back to 1847 and is dedicated...More
I was staying in this area of the city so the temple was about a 15 minute walk for me. I would not make a special trip just for this however. The temple was obscured by scaffolding in the front and is very small. Very...More
I found the Man Mo Temple to be a unique place to visit. Many temples that I visited in China and Hong Kong were quite similar. I felt that the Man Mo Temple stood out.
The interior is quite small. There is lots of incense...More
I liked this temple because it was old and atmospheric with the mysterious smokey atmosphere from the burning incense coils hanging from the ceiling. It's very photogenic but, of course, you have to be mindful that there are a number of worshippers there & not...More
This is a Taoist temple that was built in 1840. The temple is located on Hollywood road. It is easy to find although you may need to ask locals for some help. The temple is small. It is red and has many large incense spirals...More
Situated in the Sheung Wan district of the city, the temple is, I think, the biggest in Hong Kong. It is dedicated to two Gods - Man Cheong, the God of literature and Kwan Yu, the God of War. It has two main sections devoted...More
Actually this is not our first visit here especially we visited HK about twice each year. There are several Man Mo Temples in Hong Kong, the best known of which is the temple in Sheung Wan. The temple is dedicated and in honour of two...More