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Built between 1847 and 1862, the Man Mo Temple compound is actually three temples: Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor, primarily for the worship of Man Cheong (God of Literature) and Mo Tai (God of Martial Arts). ...

Said to have been built in 1266, this is the best known Tin Hau temple in Hong Kong and the venue for the biggest celebrations on Tin Hau's birthday. Fat Tong Mun, Joss House Bay, Clear Water Bay ...

A Buddhist temple in Sha Tin. more of an attraction than a place of prayer. It is not an actual monastery as there are no resident monks and is managed by laypersons. 220 Pai Tau Village, Sha Tin...

Po Lin Monastery was known as the 'Big Thatched Hut' in the early days more than a century ago. In 1924, the 'Big Thatched Hut' was renamed Po Lin Monastery. but it was the arrival of the Big Bhudda in Ngong Ping that really put Po Lin Monastery on the map. ...

A large Buddhist temple complex located in Diamond Hill, Kowloon, founded in 1934. ...

This 3,500-capacity Mosque on Nathan road was completed with a total cost of HK$25 million and was opened for daily prayers on May 11, 1984, though there has been a Mosque on this site since 1896. Five times daily prayers are held at the Mosque and large congregations are present...

Built in 1849, this was the first mosque in Hong Kong. The current structure was rebuilt in 1915 and was awarded the status of Grade 1 in the list of Hong Kong’s historical buildings by the Government of Hong Kong SAR in May 2010. Five times prayers are held at the Mosque and the...

The city's main Sikh centre, providing voluntary services for both Sikhs and non-Sikhs at 371 Queen's road East, Wan Chai ...

Kehilat Zion Synagogue, also known as Hechal Ezra Synagogue was established in 1995 to serve the Jewish Community of Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is a "home away from home" for tourists from around the globe. Rabbi Meoded and the Sephardic Jewish Community of Hong Kong welcome you!...

Ohel Leah Synagogue has served Hong Kong Jewry for over a hundred years. Today we connect Jews from around the world every day of the year – and especially on Shabbat. We are a place where Judaism naturally joins the rhythm of life. Whether you are visiting, single, newly married...