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Reviewed 1 September 2018 via mobile

Whilst in Central this is worth a visit. Take the mid level escalators then the short walk to the temple.
Make a donation and light an incense stick in the temple to make most of the visit.

Thank davidbrown86
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Reviewed 28 August 2018

Man Mo Temple was the centre of the Chinese community during early colonial period. It was the judiciary for the locals as well as a vital place of worship. Today part of it becomes an ancestral hall. The shrine of Literary and Martial Arts Saints still attracts many local and overseas worshippers.

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Reviewed 25 August 2018

While walking down Hollywood Road peering into the antique shops I stumbled upon Man Ho Temple. It really was a surprise: the colour, architecture and presence. Offcourse I had to go in. Just outside stood a tree where locals and visitors tied ribbons as part of ritual. I went inside the temple and observed locals doing their prayers and rituals. This was quite something. You can also donate a small amount for a ribbon and tie it to the holy statues which I did. Next door is a shop and shrine which is also really beautiful. Worth a visit.

Thank JustinWRA
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Reviewed 14 August 2018

This is an impressive temple, admittedly full of tourists.

We got the escalator up (a weird but fun thing to do) and then did the short walk along Hollywood Road. The temple is beautifully decorated inside and is really interesting to see such a historical place within Hong Kong.

The temple is dwarfed by all the buildings around it - which do ruin it to some extent as it takes away the impressiveness of the place.

Thank paletraveller101
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Reviewed 17 July 2018

Oldest temple in HK. Lots of incense but very cool. If you have asthma you might want to skip it due to the incense but it was right down the street from my hotel and I liked it alot. Very cool inside - lots going on. Be respectful of people there praying. Dont act like a loud American.

Thank kb359
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