Wong Tai Sin Temple
Last updated by david at 2014/5/4
The Wong Tai Sin Temple is very popular with residents of Hong Kong. Built in 1921, it is frequented by worshipers praying for happiness, wealth or a smooth life. Prayers usually worship and pray in front of the temple. During Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) and holidays, believers flock to this temple to wish for good health and good prosperity in the New Year.
Beside, the temple is a small smartly designed garden, refined and exquisite. The Kowloon Wall nearby was also built as an imitation of the Forbidden City in Beijing. The famous Chilin Nunnery imitates the architectures of the Tang Dynasty.
Solo Adventure Tips:
It is at the foot of Mount Kowloon
How to Get There?
Walk outside the ExitB2 of Wong Tai Sin Station and continue for about three minutes.
Opening Hours: 7:00-17:00
More Tips: Recommended time for a visit: A whole morning or one or two hours.
Recommended time for a visit: A whole morning or one or two hours.
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