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Yeung Hau Temple

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Yeung Hau Temple

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Hang Tau Tsuen, Hong Kong China
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Clivel_98 wrote a review Oct 2018
Hereford, United Kingdom1427 contributions501 helpful votes
This shed-like temple has three parts with different shrines. Not as ornate as many temples in Hong Kong, but interesting nevertheless. If doing the heritage trail, worth finding.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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hktraveller328 wrote a review Jun 2016
Hong Kong, China1239 contributions116 helpful votes
Though small in size, it is a quite well-preserved historic temple in Ping Shan. Built in traditional Chinese style, the temple allows the visitors to have a glimpse of the its history, the history of the aborginal residents and their local customs. The day I visited, I saw a grandmother and a mother spending time explaining the history of the temple to a handful of children. An amazing life lesson.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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BradJill wrote a review May 2016
Hong Kong, China133033 contributions23981 helpful votes
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Yeung Hau Temple is one of the attractions that you can see along the Ping Shan Trail in historic district of Yuen Long. This is a small temple with three open bays, located behind the Old Well. You can visit at any time daily. The temple is dedicated to the deity of Emperor Hau Wong and is believed to have been built several hundred years ago. Here you will find three small bays, each with shrine and items of worship to the deities of To Tei (Earth God), Hau Wong and Kam Fa (Patron Saint to Expecting Mothers). The temple is a grey brick construction, typical of other historical buildings you will find in Yuen Long and elsewhere throughout Hong Kong. In the end, this is one of many interesting historical attractions situated along the Ping Shan Heritage Trail. Its easy to find and worth spending a few minutes to explore and enjoy.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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