Located uphill (taking a cab there and walk back), this colorful temple (above) was built around 1847 by wealthy Chinese merchants for the worship of Man Cheong (God of Literature) and Mo Tai (God of Martial Arts). Take note of the beautiful double doors; the large drums and bells; and the huge coils of burning incense hanging from the ceiling. On the walk back to the Ibis window shop at the many antique shops. The way also passes many dried fish stores.

Read more in Tripatini contributors Sandra & John Scott´s post 3 Cool Under-the-Radar Sights of Hong Kong

Richard Mortel


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