Was on my list to things to see. Little disappointed that currently undergoing major restoration so scaffolding everywhere. However still very nice to see and smell all the incense and see people praying.
About Man Mo Temple
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Man Mi Temple is located on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan and easy to find on foot. It is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong and not too big but still very much an active one. This Taoist Temple was dedicated to the Gods...More
One of the less "touristy" spots to go in Hongkong Island. It's just a short walk away from Sheung Wan MTR station, although be ready to climb a few steps on Ladder Road. The temple was undergoing construction when we went there. I loved the...More
Nice temple, one of the oldest in Hong Kong, from 1847. You may a have a problem to find it, but make sense to go there.
An active temple, to be treated with respect. It is a beautiful place to learn a little about the local culture and people.
Nice temple, not so easy to find (one of the different ways to arrive has hundred of stairs before finding it!) You can pray of make a wish when you are inside. A lot of incense at some moments so it could be a bit...More
You can safely go into every temple you come across as each one is different from the last but no less important. This can be seen by the numbers of people that come. I lit incense and thanked BUDDA for giving us a fantastic holiday...More
A gorgeous temple filled with incense and candles. Also provided an opportunity to learn about the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals who currently manage the temple. Definitely recommend reading the information boards!