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This is a hidden gem of a temple with a really sweet garden surrounding it. It is not touristy at all, very traditional and understated compared to other temples we saw.
As with everything in Hong Kong, it is dwarfed by the huge tower blocks...More
This is one of a number of Tin Hau (Chinese Goddess of the Sea) temples in and around Hong Kong - set in a small garden and among towering residential flats this historic building provides a place for local people to pray and meditate inside...More
Just off the causeway bay MTR and a short walk through Victoria park we found this beautiful urban temple. numerous worshipers praying and a nice adjacent garden made for a nice respite from the buslte of the streets. Worth a stop
This is one of the older temples in Hong Kong, quite a small temple and looks older than it is. When I went it was free entry and you can do the whole visit in about 20 minutes.
It is very close to the MTR...More
Popped in for a quick visit not much too see but still a very cool place with very small temple .. they used it for the entrance to mr fats house in the 1974 man with the golden gun roger Moore film its worth a...More
Tucked away up a side road the temple can be difficult to find at first.
For us westerners it felt a little awkward inside as there were a number of local people eating and sat around. But the temple is beautiful and full of character,...More
For some reason, we had difficulty in finding it. But once we did, we thought it was a gem. Wonderful images, colour, candles and incense, and, because it was quiet, very peaceful. Well worth the visit.