Che Kung Temple

Che Kung Temple

Sha Tin
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture
  • 0-3 hours
  • Any time
Recommended for: Local Flavor Culture

The original Che Kung Temple, celebrating a 13th century military commander who became revered as a god, was built around 300 years ago. Crowds at the Che Kung festival, the second day of the Chinese New Year, led to the building of the present structure in 1993. Three other Che Kung festivals are held throughout the year. Inside is a statue of Che Kung and a fan-blade wheel of fortune, which if spun three times is said to bring good luck.

Che Kung Temple, Tai Wai, Sha Tin District, Hong Kong

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