We always visit every single time the whole family is back in Hong Kong to have our fortunes read. Very busy all year round.
About Wong Tai Sin Temple (Sik Sik Yuen Temple)
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Right beside the Wong Tai Station the temple is a great way to watch the locals and understand more about the religious side of HK. There is a lovely garden linked to the temple that is a quiet place to contemplate.
I visited Wong Tai sin temple in the morning hours and it was a festival season at that time, the temple is one of the main Temple in HK , its a temple where three religions - Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism is seated and worshiped,...More
Wong Tai Sin Temple is really where the local folks go for their fortunes. One can visit a fortune teller, or ask for some sign from Buddha. For tourists, it will be fun to see another side of the culture.
We visited a number of temples in HK. This one was my favorite. Beautiful colors and lots of locals. We learned about the customs at the temple. My favorite area was the one that unmarried go to find a mate. They tie a ribbon on...More
About a 1 minute walk from Wong Tai Sin station, with no admission fee required but donations around the temple can be made, along with purchases of incense sticks. Locals seem to touch the dragon upon entering/exiting, but not sure if this was to do...More
...you're short on time or looking for stuff to do during a quick layover in HK. When I looked this up, the recommended visiting time was 2 hours and I definitely finished walking the entire thing within an hour. From the Wong Tai Sin MTR...More
This is the first time I have come to hong kong.The first impression here is very different, here are many sculptures are very sophisticated. Come here I just want to ask for good luck in the year, if you are a Buddhist should go to...More
There were loads of people praying and incense candles everywhere. temple architecture really good and it is surrounded by big and modern buildings. Located just right beside the Wong Tai Sin MRT Station. There is also a nice Chinese Park behind Wong Tai Sin As...More