Wong Tai Sin Temple In Hong Kong

The WongTaiSin Temple is also known as “Temple of Wong-Tar-Shian”. Initially, the temple was built as a court District in Wan-Chai. After donations, this temple was moved to its current location. Wong-Tai-Sin is considered the God of health and hence people visit this temple and pray for good health of friends and family. The temple has the Chinese architectural design with red pillars, yellow latticework, carvings, and a gold roof. The temple opens from 7:00 a.m. in the morning to 5:30 p.m. in the evening and is open throughout the night during the Lunar New Year eve. The temple has a great significance in the history of Hong Kong, therefore it is graded as a Grade-1 historic building.


Location: 2 Chuk Yuen Village

Known for: Taoist temple, its stunning architecture and fortune tellers

Approximate Cost: Free

How to reach: Take MTR train line to Wong Tai Sin station and walk up to the temple from exit B2

Operating Hours: 07:00 am- 05:30 pm


Type: Temple/ Historic Site

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