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One of the quieter ones that we have visited and lovely to see this old building amongst the modern ones surrounding it, and that it has been kept for the locals.
Surprised to see a turtle in the front courtyard and the inside was well...More
This Tin Hau Temple in Stanley (there are several on Hong Kong Island) is located just off the commercial areas of Stanley Plaza and the boardwalk. A visit takes one back to older times when fishermen would head out to sea from Stanley but not...More
This temple is literally right in the middle of the plaza, so it is one of the first things you will see. It is a typical Buddhist temple, but it is unique in the sense that it is right in the middle of the bustle...More
This is a small Chinese temple located at one end of the Stanley waterfront between the Murray House and Stanley Plaza and is considered one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. A plaque near the temple entrance lists its long and rich history while...More
I was rather disappointed by Stanley which is hardly the picturesque seaside place I had been led to believe however this temple set near the new shopping mall is pretty and peaceful and worth a visit.
This litle temple just off the main waterfront and very much used by locals for daily prays, is certainly worth a few minutes if you are Stanley. Your senses will go into overdrive with the smell of incense and bright colours. The 'guardian' encouraged us...More
While in Stanley we perused the market, walked along the water and searched out this Temple. The outside was quite welcoming so we went in. It was beautifully done inside and the offerings to Buddha were in the form of fruits and flowers. The people...More