Visited on a morning, arrived by alighting at the Wong Tai Sin MTR. The temple entrance alone was extremely crowded by tourists, mainly tour groups comprising of rowdy mainland tourists fighting to have their photos taken with the two animal statues adorning the main entrance which was kind of annoying to be frank and left me with a slightly jaded initial impression of the temple. The main area was equally crowded with people fighting to offer joss sticks and prayers and people on their knees praying or seeking divinations. I couldn't resist the opportunity to do so and sought a divination as well, had my divination explained for a small fee and prayed before leaving the place before the place got even more crowded. Well the main downside is definitely the crowd, mainly tourists but it's still worth a visit though I probably wouldn't stay within the main area of worship for more than half an hour and explore the other less crowded areas of the temple before leaving.
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