• Cultural & Historical
  • 0-3 hours
  • Any time

Over 100 temples in Hong Kong are dedicated to Tin Hau, the Goddess of the Sea, but the one in Stanley - formerly a simple fishing village - has been called the oldest, said to date from 1767. It also has shrines to some 20 other deities and makes a nice contrast to today's Stanley, bustling with wealthy locals, ex-pats and tourists.

Tin Hau Temple - Stanley, Hong Kong

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