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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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This temple in Shueng Wan is well worth popping in to see if you are in the area. It is well maintained and typical of Chinese places of worship with its offerings of food. It consists of three main areas dedicated to the gods of...More
Like I said, this temple is in a very busy and accessible are of Sheung Wan. Only a 5 minute walk from the metro, I feel like you should go just because it’s so convenient. Also, it’s literally right next to the Antique Road, so...More
Our first temple visit and found the experience quite spiritual. It did feel strange wandering around while people were actively worshipping. The temple is tiny so any trip will be brief so a great place to visit if you have some spare time between activities....More
From the outside, this temple is deceptively plain. Inside, it’s all red and gold and smoky incense. Light filters down through the hazy smoke. Huge coils of incense hang from the ceiling, each with small red cards attached, where people have handwritten their wishes. As...More
Man mo is a nice little temple to visit and get into the local culture. Nothing is in English but you get the idea of what’s going on by just watching. There’s no ac so it’s very hot and stuffy inside.
We were taken to Man Mo Temple and it was beautiful, so colourful and such a lovely experience. Guides were happy to explain about the temple and we also had our fortunes done with the sticks bit of fun.
The outside with all the ribbon...More
The Man Mo temple is a tribute to the God of Literature (Man) and the God of War (Mo). Both these gods were worshipped by students aiming to succeed in civil examinations of Imperial China (in the Ming and Qing dynasties), which were geared toward...More