Religious Sites in Hong Kong

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Religious Sites in Hong Kong

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Chi Lin Nunnery
Not a single nail was used to build this nunnery, which dates...
Religious Sites Northern Kowloon
 
Ching Chung Koon Taoist Temple
Adjacent to the Ching Chung LRT station near the town of Tuen...
Religious Sites The New Territories
 
Jamia Mosque
The Mid-Levels Escalator goes right by the religious institution...
Religious Sites Central
 
Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre
Hong Kong's largest Islamic worship center stands in front of...
Religious Sites Tsim Sha Tsui
 
Man Mo Temple
No one knows exactly when Hong Kong Island's oldest temple was...
Religious Sites Western
 
Man Mo Temple
Adjacent to the Tai Po Market is the 100-year-old temple that...
Religious Sites The New Territories
 
Pak Tai Temple
In the 19th century, Cheung Chau Island was a haven for pirates...
Religious Sites The New Territories
 
Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple
There's a practical approach to prayer at one of Hong Kong's...
Religious Sites Northern Kowloon
 
St. John's Cathedral
A peaceful gap in the skyscrapers—on Garden Road and up from...
Religious Sites Central
 
Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas
You climb some 400 steps to reach this temple: but look on the...
Religious Sites The New Territories
 
Tin Hau Temple
This incense-filled site is dedicated to Taoist sea goddess Tin...
Religious Sites Yau Ma Tei
 
Yuen Yuen Institute
These pavilions and prayer halls built in the 1950s bring together...
Religious Sites The New Territories
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