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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 is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong and is significant in its role with the development of social welfare in Hong Kong. Read about it before coming — you don’t see a lot of information on the spot but there are things...More
In the busy busy Hong Kong there are temples in almost every neighbourhood. I like this one because I can always find it by heart. And I love the smell of incense. It’s always good for me to visit a temple and this one is...More
This temple was mentioned as an attraction in the tour guide and honestly, i had no idea what this temple was all about. When I went there, asked about the temple, was told if you or your siblings/children need good progress in study, they should...More
Why this temple was mentioned in the tourguide is a mystery! It was small and falling apart, and 1/3 of this small temple was a gift shop. Sure there was lots of insence, but that is about it. You should rather go to the Chi...More
It was built in the mid-19th century at the Qing Dynasty. The temple is different to main temples which worship the superior Gods like Buddha, Kwun Yin. It’s more like a community centre which worships God which signify scholarship, justice, community safety, birthday years etc....More
If you like temples, and I do, this is worth a visit. It's not very big so you don't need much time to visit but I must say that it is very tired now and really could do with a lot of work. Still I...More
These two temples under one roof (under heavy work with lots of bamboo scaffolding inside and out while we were there) are both small but interesting with unusual god figures and other statues under the large spiral incense burners.
The burners give off a lot...More
Little hideaway on Hollywood Road near Ladder Street.
There is not much to see, but when you go inside it is fascinating. The smell of incense is intense, but does add to the aura. The main problem I had was the the blatant commercialism inside...More