As one of the most famous temples in Hong Kong, Man Mo Temple is the oldest temple which dates back to the exploration of Hong Kong as a port. In the temple, two images are worshiped, including the God of Literature and the God of War. There is a bronze bell made in the 27th year of Daoguang Period which evidences that the temple has a history of 150 years.
It is said that ceremony of cutting the chicken head and burning yellow paper which originated from Qing dynasty is still recognized by Hong Kong Government. Though it was rebuilt for many times, the original appearance is preserved and it is visited by lots of people.
Visitors can take No.26 bus at the Landmark on Des Voeux Road Central and get off at the second stop of Hollywood Road and then they can walk to the Man Mo Temple.