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Tin Hau Temple (Stanley), Hong Kong

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  • This Tin Hau Temple in Stanley (there are several on Hong Kong Island) is located just off the commercial areas of Stanley Plaza and the boardwalk. A visit takes one back to older times when fishermen...  more »
  • This temple is literally right in the middle of the plaza, so it is one of the first things you will see. It is a typical Buddhist temple, but it is unique in the sense that it is right in the middle ...  more »
  • This is a small Chinese temple located at one end of the Stanley waterfront between the Murray House and Stanley Plaza and is considered one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. A plaque near the templ...  more »
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  • A nice and clean temple which is very close to the Stanley pier. There is a piece of tiger skin in the temple with a cool little back story, should definitely check it out
  • A traditional temple for the Chinese god of the sea- Tin Hau, it usually build right beside the seaside.
  • Nice Temple. Worth seeing if you visit Stanley as a tourist.
  • This place is a truely typical Tin Hau shrine. Ones can do prayers here. Quiet not many tourist.
  • 保存得很好👍。