There's not much to Tsang Tai Uk and it doesn't register as a stand alone "must see" attraction...however, I would include it with any Sha Tin afternoon itinerary. If you want to make an afternoon out of visiting 10,000 Buddhas, I'd head to the Sha Tin Wai area first. If you get off at the Che Kung Temple MTR stop you can see the namesake temple. Not much to the Taoist temple either. Tsang Tai Uk is a 10-15 minutes walk north of here. There's not much to this site and if you aren't careful you could walk past without realizing it. People continue to live here and it's not marked as a tourist attraction per se. Farther north, northeast of the Sha Tin Wai MTR station you can do a quick loop through Sha Tin Wai Village and see a current day village of houses vs. the typical Hong Kong hi-rise apartment living. After that you can walk across the river to 10,000 Buddhas. The 10,000 Buddhas close at 5 so if you grab a drink afterwards at Pacific Coffee in the Home Square "mall" you can continue on to Chun Kun Kee in the Wo Che Estates for dinner. Doing all this will give you a much different perspective on Hong Kong residential life than what you may see in the Causeway Bay through Central area.
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