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Tao Fung Shan is one of the most overlooked attractions in Hong Kong. A short uphill walk from either Tai Wai or Shatin MTR stations, it is a complex of Westernized Chinese architecture built by a Danish master back in the 1930s. While the hybrid...More
This place is very accessible from shatin station. Worth a short hike up there to get a view of the scenery and soak in the surroundings. Architecture was almost hundred year old with rich history....
For Christians, the huge cross on the hill and verses...More
Up the mountain and far from the bustling crowds you will find this gem. It is a great place to come and get-away from it all. It's not 5 star living, but that's not the point of coming to a place like this - it...More
Tao Fong Shan is located on a hill in Shatin, and is a place of calm and tranquillity, mainly for Christian retreat, so I was surprised to see it listed on TripAdvisor. Many had written about the Chinese-style architecture of the buildings, so I will...More
First I have say this is not a tourist place to begin with. It is more an area of prayer and meditation. Tao Fong Shan Christian Centre (道風山基督教叢林) is situated at Tao Fong Shan, founded in 1930s by the Norwegian missionary Karl Ludvig Reichelt. The...More
Great place to come and visit. Took my 5 year old and he can explore around looking at the Christ temple and big white cross. He was able to walk back down the steps from up the hill to Shatin station. Walking is essential, an...More
This is an excellent place to take a break from the noise and crowds of the city. It is nice for a peaceful walk and meditation.
I particularly like the gift shop, too. Although the gift shop has a lot of religious materials, it also...More
Tao Fung Shan is a Christian Church in Shatin. The church was built in the early 20th century in Chinese architecture style designed by a Scandinavian architect. Interesting mix of East and West. Jesus was depicted in Chinese style wearing Chinese clothes.
It is very close to Shatin station but not noticed by most people. It takes around 30 minutes to hike up, not too bad if you are used to hiking, you would reach this special place. It is nothing like any other Christian places. It...More