Tin Hau Temple

Highly recommended
Visitors inevitably appreciate the mood of this temple hidden in the urban jungle, built in honour of Tin Hau, patron saint of fishermen. The main edifice is flanked by three smaller temples, whose tiles are painted bright green to ward off evil spirits. In the evening, fortune-tellers set up booths around the temple to read the lines on people's faces or palms and mini-karaoke tents spring up beneath the banyan trees.

Useful information

Address:

Yue Shau Tau Square, Temple Street Hong Kong

Price:

free of charge

Opening hours

9am-5pm

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