Hong Kong Sights

Man Mo Temple

  • 124–126 Hollywood Rd. Map It
  • Western
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 11/19/2014

Fodor's Review

No one knows exactly when Hong Kong Island's oldest temple was built—but the consensus is sometime between 1847 and 1862. The temple is dedicated to the Taoist gods of literature and of war: Man, who wears green, and Mo, dressed in red. The temple bell, cast in Canton in 1847, and the drum next to it are sounded to attract the gods' attention when a prayer is being offered.

Sight Information

Address:

124–126 Hollywood Rd., Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, Hong Kong–China

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Sight Details:

  • Daily 8–6

Updated 11/19/2014

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