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The Man Mo Temple Compound on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan comprising three blocks, namely Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor, was built approximately between 1847 and 1862 by wealthy Chinese merchants. Man Mo Temple was built mainly for the...more
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OK first you have to understand this is not a museum. It is a place of worship and you will see many people worshiping here. So be very respectful. The burning of incense and leaving flowers as they worship is interesting to watch. Be sure...More
The oldest temple in HK. Very beautiful temple in Central (in famous Hollywood road). As I had never visited such place, it was a unique experience. The smell of insence and the lingering smoke is all around.The praying locals were friendly and although they seemed...More
I read in advance that some people were disappointed with the temple but we found it really interesting and would recommend a visit if you are in the area. It is surrounded by high rise apartments which is interesting in itself.
Seemed odd at first until I really thought bout it but the middle of town is the correct place for a temple. This one is in honour of two goods - one of war and the other of ligature conflicting interests. There are people from...More
God of War, Mo, and God of literature , Man, constructed in 1847 and the largest Man Mo temple in HK. Drop by the temple for 20 minutes or so , see the shrines and giant incense coils. If you have seen many temples before...More
This is a wonderful working temple resplendent with coils of incense , deities and colourful red lanterns . It is a very beautiful place which smells amazing from all the incense and was a huge highlight of my visit it to HK. Go and soak...More