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Che Kung Temple, Hong Kong

Categories: Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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Che Kung Temple was built in the early 12th century in honour of Che Kung, a military commander of the Southern Song dynasty, whose wartime achievements eventually led him to being revered as a god. Primarily functioning to accommodate the increasing number of worshippers for the Che Kung festival, the temple also attracts tourists with a giant statue of Che Kung himself, as well as a huge drum, a bell, and a fan-bladed wheel of fortune, said to bring good luck if spun three times. To visit Che Kung Temple on your holiday in Hong Kong, and find out what else Hong Kong has to offer, use our Hong Kong itinerary planner.
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  • If you come during June, considered the least tourists is very calm. Walking can take sky train. The Kong chat station The temple has beautiful statues. We came to ask for blessings in business, health, so is the real meaning of the mind, are not required to purchase your return to. Because we didn't buy.
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  • See all trips for a tour, it must go. Once in court, standing in the foreground a statue's gigantic people chat, Gong. Praying and looking at the person firmly Turbine rotation ceremony
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  • As a measure of the popular people to Thailand Thailand very measure is also called the turbine (buy your pendant/ring that does not have it?). Officials say Thailand at all.
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  • This is a lovely temple with beautiful architecture and is also beautifully decorated. The temple is an easy walk from the MTR.
  • Visited the temple during the quiet part of the day when most residents were at work or at school. I really enjoyed the architecture.
  • After Wong tai sin Temple, the next popular Temple in HK, worth to visit especially during Chinese new year
  • One of the most famous temple in HK
  • Crowded as many comes for praying for blessing. Have to beware road/tunnel closure due to enormous amount of people and police blocks.
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