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The Monastery houses the largest standing outdoor Guan Yin Statue in SE Asia. The various buildings and landscaping including some very old trees are just spectacular, very serene and inspiring! Admissions of visitors is very strictly controlled and therefore a very relaxed and inspiring visit....More
How we get there; by MTR to Tai Po Market then a taxi ride costing HK$62which taxi would take 5 passengers. Alternatively, take 20C mini bus ride (HK$7.80), which would drop you off Tung Taz Road followed by 14 minutes walk uphill to the Monastery....More
Tranquil, contemplative Buddhist temple built by HK tycoon. Participatory activities for believers seeking meditative moments. Be sure to make reservations one month ahead of visit. Also needs local contact number.
Really rate this place. Beautiful Guan Yin statue, I think the 2nd tallest in the world (at 76m). Very peaceful site overlooking this part of Hong Kong, keeping watch.
It's free to visit, but you need to book online a month before going. Tickets go...More
From start to finish there is just a lovely relax feel to the place, from the little village to the stunningly carved temple walls to the golden Buddha's inside the 1st one or gold pillars it is just beautiful
In every trip to Hong Kong, having passed by the monastery on visits to Tai Po and seeing the large statue of the Guanyin Buddha in the distance, it was perhaps inevitable that I would one day visit Tsz Shan Monastery. I wasn't overly fussed....More