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At the end of the repulse bay beach you can find this temple Two large statues of Kwun Yam and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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First trip here, there's a small but upscale shopping mall nearby. The beach is quite nice too. The statues

A large variety of statues here, and if you can wait for a break between the tour buses, it can be... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Xavier L
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

At the end of the repulse bay beach you can find this temple Two large statues of Kwun Yam and another god with hundreds of smaller status can be found Ppl come to worship also A relaxing place to spend few hours Also good location...More

Thank MathishaY1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A large variety of statues here, and if you can wait for a break between the tour buses, it can be peaceful. Metered parking is available, and the shopping mall has a free parking with minimum purchase deal, check online to see what the latest...More

Thank Xavier L
Reviewed 10 August 2018

Kwun Yum Temple and Tin Hau statues is a Buddhist temple and colourful collection of statues, pergolas, a red longevity bridge, and an open mouth fish used for tossing a coin for good luck, overlooking Repulse Bay. Filled with goats, fish, elephants and all kinds...More

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Reviewed 27 March 2018

We stopped here on our way from Repulse Bay to Stanleytown. It is quite a surprise sitting on the beach. There are an amazing number of statues including Kwan Yuan and Tin Hau. There were tourists, but not a large crowd. the temple itself was...More

Thank Kate H
Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

When I visit to Repulse bay, I come to pray several goodness for family and I. Life, Health, Economic fortune,,,,. There is one dragon statue. If people can throw coins into dragon’s mouth, it could be happen good thing. I got!

Thank Hiroaosta
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

Along the way to the repulse bay was very nice view, beautiful sky, fantastic sea and lovely beach. I also love the restaurant, good food and good coffee. The temple had a lot of Thai people, feel like I stay in my home country 555.

Thank Kanokwan2017
Reviewed 23 March 2017

This open air Buddhist temple is on repulse bay next to the beach. Very popular but not overly crowded due to it mostly outdoor features. Many opportunities to pray to an array of dieties. There is a longevity bridge where you can add 3 days...More

Thank Howard P
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Like all Buddhist temples in Hong Kong, Kwun Yam Temple is eclectic, incorporating Daoist.and other indigenous religious elements.The temple is small and intimate. The central figure in the main hall is Guanyin, the bodhisattva of compassion. The world certainly needs more compassion, so we could...More

Thank Lekshe
Reviewed 5 August 2016

To someone not familiar with the religious significance of the strange assortment of statues here in an outdoor setting, this is a somewhat jarring experience. There are very large goats and fish and elephants and all kinds of creatures and figures. Some are brightly colored...More

Thank Darlene51
Reviewed 11 December 2015

Had been to Stanley and decided to stop off at Repulse Bay on the way back to Hong Kong. We walked along the beach and when we got to the end with found this beautiful area with the Kwun Yam Temple. It is a fascinating...More

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16 May 2017|
Response from Xavier L |
It's open 24 hours, but the lighting is poor so you'll get better photos in the daytime.