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Hong Kong’s most famous Taoist temple exemplifies the architecture of a traditional Chinese temple, and is a popular place of worship for those with health or business problems or for those seeking to have their fortunes told.
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This is first time we visited this temple - even though i have been traveling to HK quite extensively in the past.
The actual temple is easy to get to. The MTR station is the same name as the temple. And there is also a...More
This temple is located near Wong Tai sin Station. Many tourist came to this temple for pray for good luck and buy some Amulet. Shops near temple had many amulet with different meaning, you can choose one for your self such as for luck, love,...More
This temple unlike the near by Chi Lin nunnery, Wong Tai Sin is colourful, decorative with grand red pillars, golden roof and multi-colour carvings, lanterns and stuff. Bursting with people burning incense and praying at all time. Apparently, whatever you request in this temple, it...More
My wife and I went to the temple on the last day we were in Hong Cong and it was great. We went early and it wasn't crowded. It is very colorful, the statues are amazing and I would highly recommend it.
Wong Tai Sin Temple is perhaps the largest and most famous Taoist institution in Hong Kong. However, its architectural style is quite similar to that of other temples in the city. Also, beware that this place is fully occupied by tourist groups and visitors can't...More
Located next to the Wong Tai Sin station. Easy go into inside. The temple is a transitional building, many local here come to pray as well tourist like me. Make a wish before you leave. Donate to the temple if you think you are affordable....More
The place is a hotspot to Chinese community, very crowded. You would see a traditional Chinese way of worshiping. It's amazing to know that this is open to tourist, taking photos except inside the temple. The structures are decorated with dragons, red and gold is...More
I have no idea that this temple is so famous among local people. I went on this place on Sunday and it is so full with people who wants to pray their god. A nice place to see the culture and praying procession. This place...More
This place is full of Chinese tourists who will stand at every spots to take photos. The Chinese tourist are noisy and don’t even care if you are taking photos and just cut through your path without any courtesy which made my visit annoying.
Famous temple for locals and foreigners who come for praying. Must try your fortune by using the 100 bamboo sticks to ask Wong Tai Sin for your fortune, health & wealth. Just to get fortune paper cost HKD3. Asking fortune teller to translate cost HKD30.
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If you are tourist and likes to enjoy sightseeing, you can always catch a bus which uses Cross Harbour Tunnel at Hung Hum then transfer to another bus upon reaching Kowloon to go to the temple. During busy hours, for the... More
If you are tourist and likes to enjoy sightseeing, you can always catch a bus which uses Cross Harbour Tunnel at Hung Hum then transfer to another bus upon reaching Kowloon to go to the temple. During busy hours, for the fastest trip, you should take MTR to go direct from Aberdeen to save the trouble of sitting in traffic jam along the way. Just ask around. It shouldn't be a problem as Wong Tai Sin is famous enough in HK.