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Fung Ying Seen Koon is an important Taoist temple in Hong Kong. it is famous for it's ancestral halls and strolling through them looking at the photos - old and new of the deceased - is interesting. If you read enough Chinese to learn where...More
Certainly not on the typical ‘tourist’ route, this sprawling temple located in Fanling, New Territories is worth the 45+ minute ride on the MRT. (Upon exiting the MRT station, the temple is a two minute walk). The temple itself boasts exquisite craftsmanship and incredible views...More
This is a very beautiful place! It’s not close to Hong Kong’s central area but you can take the Metro (about 50 mins - starting point Central Station) and drop in front of the Temple. Very calm and nice site! Recommend you to try the...More
Culture - religion/spirituality - relax - urban/tradition contrast - vegetarian food - cemetery
I have visited this temple several times, and each time I discover new corners of it worth spending some time at.
WHAT IS IT: Fung Ying Seen Koon is a great example...More
Fung Ying Seen Koon is an attractive temple and the most interesting individual attraction you can visit in Fanling. Opening Hours are 8.30am to 5pm.
This temple was founded in 1929 as an affiliate of the Quanzhen Longmen Sect and showcases very attractive Daoist design...More
This is a very traditional and formal taoist temple in Hong Kong, it would be interesting for anyone who wish to understand taoism and its ideology. Unlike other temples, taoist priests conduct regular chanting session every morning and evening, in accordance to the taoist requirement....More
It's a trek on the MTR to get here, but just minutes walk from the station. Spectacular architecture! and not packed with people. Climb all the way to the top for a nice view of the area. There are a lot of stairs, so be...More
We saw a picture of this temple in one of the MTR stations so just jumped on the train and came out here to see it. This is a very interesting and busy Taoist temple, and most certainly unusual for us, so a great experience....More
Thanks to my friend who lives in Fanling, he brought me to this temple and WOW - very nice! Definitely not even as busy as Wong Tai Sin, but this temple is very nice on its own accord.
The vegetarian food is actually very well...More