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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was my favorite temple in Hong Kong Island - right around the corner from the Blue House in Wan Chai. Instead of the incense coils, it has colorful lanterns hanging from the ceiling, and a 10-foot Ming Dynasty era statue (a rarity in Hong...More

Thank vladb
Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

Only 10 minutes from my hotel, so decided to take a morning walk and check it out. A beautiful temple in the middle of the city. I recommend going in the morning, not many people.

Thank TrineGrimm
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

This is a living temple where people gather for prayers, for fortune telling and for sacrificing. So no souvenirs but real place for contemplating. It us hidden at the end of the street where more famous Blue House is located. Often you can meet movie...More

Thank smallhausen1
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Nestled at the top of stone nullah road is the Pak Tai Taoist temple... A real hidden jewel among surrounding concrete high rises...ancient banyan trees in the grounds shroud the the glazed roof tiles and ornamented walls/facades, a feast for the eyes and senses, incense...More

Thank Donny P
Reviewed 3 December 2016 via mobile

Gorgeous and unpretentious this little Temple is a gem not far from the Wan Chai MTR (Queens Rd Exit). No entry fee or donation required, it's a lovely temple to visit.

Thank BecFranks
Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

This was actually on our road which was a bonus. It's an amazing building with a great incense smell. It's a must visit. It's at the end of stone nullah lane past the blue house

Thank Kirsty M
Reviewed 2 November 2016

If you want to find a small and peaceful temple in the middle of Hong Kong. Not so far away from Wanchai MTR or bus stop. This temple is same road with the blue house.

Thank Kong_omac
Reviewed 11 July 2016

Serene tranquility in the middle of the organized(?) chaos that is Hong Kong. The temple is in the middle of what seems to be Automotive Repair Central, but turn the corner, walk up the steps, and relax. Oh, be sure to check out the priest...More

Thank dieswaytoofast
Reviewed 19 February 2016

Encouraged by our guide book we took the MTR to Wan Chai and walked south to the temple that is located at the end of a small side road. This temple was built over 150 years ago by local residents and is a riot of...More

1  Thank Coyote88
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Taoist temple at the end of Stone Nullah Lane where the Blue House is located. The myth of Pai Tak is like a Chinese kung fu movies where The Tao god sent a prince Mysterious Supreme Emperor of Heaven to fight a demon king attacking...More

Thank EredGorgoroth1
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