Tin Hau Temple
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foodieyanyannn
Hongkong, Kina1 263 bidrag
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mai 2022 • Par
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Skrevet 15. mai 2022
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BradJill
Hongkong, Kina159 679 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2022
This Tin Hau Temple is part of a five building complex situated directly on Nathan Road in the Yau Ma Tei district of Hong Kong. This is a Grade I historic building and one of the most interesting of the many temples dedicated to Tin Hau, goddess of the city, which you can conveniently visit within the city. Each of the five buildings has a separate entrance, all of which are accessible from public square situated to the westside of the complex. Opening hours are 8am to 5pm daily.

Interestingly, Tin Hau Temples were usually built next to the sea and that was the case with this main temple when it was constructed in 1864-65 by local fisherman. The four other buildings adjacent to the centre Tin Hau Temple, were constructed between 1894-1920. These include the Shing Wong Temple and Fook Tak Tsz to the left of the Tin Hau Temple (when facing) and the Shea Tan and School building to the right. Now, the Tin Hau Temple Complex is oddly found plump in the middle of the Kowloon Peninsula. However, one has to remember that massive reclamations have taken place to expand the land area for businesses and residences on the Kowloon Peninsula which is now why the temple complex is now nearly 1 km away from the present day coastline.

What you can expect to see is traditional Chinese temple architecture from the late Qing Dynasty period. The exterior of the complex is grey brick and the various temple buildings are adored with Chinese characters above and around the doorways. You will see murals, reliefs, ceramic figurines, green tiled roofing, hanging lanterns and guardian lions fronting the entrances.

The interiors offer much of the same that you will find in other temples around the city. Some of the inner halls some still have open courtyards while others are now covered. There are shrines with deity figures and other items of worship. You will see many hanging incense coils, those in the Shea Tan building being particularly attractive. Here you find much use of less seen red coils. Look out for ancient drum and bronze bells, small hanging bells, lanterns, rows of miniature figurines and even a small exhibition area and bookshop in The School building to the far right (south) of the complex. Look for the ancient Men Dang stone carvings placed just outside The School. These are well preserved and nice to view.

Outside the Tin Hau Temple complex you can enjoy a very nice public square with tall and mature Banyan trees that are huge and interesting to look at. These provide a lot of shade and relief from the summer heat and sun. You'll find a neat little arch structure that serves as an entrance to the public square. This is actually rather new only erected 10 years ago or so. On the other side of the temple facing Nathan Road, you will also find a small open public space whereby a replica of the famous Nine-Dragon Wall (Beijing) is placed. This is worth a look-see on that side of the Tin Hau Temple Complex as well.

In the end, quite a bit to see at this Tin Hau Temple and Complex in Yau Ma Tei, making this well worth 20-30 minutes of your time when exploring this district of the city. If helpful in preparing for your visit, see the Tung Wan Group - Tin Hau Temple Yau Ma Tei webpages for more information about this and other temples under their care and administration around Hong Kong.
Skrevet 10. februar 2022
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5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2020 • Alene
...of this type of temple in HK, of which are legion. The architecture, decor and atmosphere of the temples were exactly as desired/ expected plus the pleasant, well-used gardens on either side are worth spending time as well. It is really well maintained and the last space on the right as you look at it has even been made into a nice little bookshop that sells some food. Given that it’s run for the benefit of those in poverty in the city too, I suggest you visit and donate what you can!
Skrevet 24. november 2020
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Leonhkny
Hongkong, Kina14 458 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2020
Tin Hau Temple is one of the oldest religious institutions in Hong Kong. It also marks Yau Ma Tei's transformation from a humble fishing village to a bustling commercial area. The annual Tin Hau Festival is a big event. The open area in front of the temple is a popular hangout place among elder residents.
Skrevet 2. mai 2020
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Владимир З
Nizjnij Novgorod, Russland1 913 bidrag
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feb. 2020 • Venner
Храм и парк очень, очень колоритный, одна из достопримечательностей этого милого местечка... можно остановиться на несколько минут, а можно и задержаться почти на половину дня)
Skrevet 6. februar 2020
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butterflydiva7
Wexford, Irland314 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019 • Par
Tin Hau temple is near the temple street night market area
It’s dedicated to Tin Hau the sea goddess
Here you will see many incense spirals hanging from the ceiling
You will also see icons
Photos are allowed
Skrevet 1. januar 2020
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D_dragon
Hongkong, Kina832 bidrag
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des. 2019 • Alene
拜神多自有神看着,香港是從漁港開始的,出去打魚前都會拜拜天后,祈求這次順順利利,亦都有豐富的漁獲,天后便會保佑你平安喜樂。
Skrevet 24. desember 2019
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In Our Time
Brisbane, Australia202 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
We were taken here on a walking tour by HK Greeters - Mingo Mok. We could smell it before we could see it - tucked away. HUGE spiral incense burning. Respectfully restrictive for photos but welcoming all the same. Interesting to learn that it is a temple for the Goddess of the Sea yet not on the water today. Built in 1864 - it was - just goes to show how much land has been reclaimed.
Skrevet 9. november 2019
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RayICue
Cornelius, NC3 959 bidrag
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okt. 2019 • Alene
I learned the name while there! And lots of other facts that were very interesting, but the incense burning stoke the show. Massive amount of smoke and smell limited my time somewhat. Created a neat atmosphere but I could only stay a short time .
Skrevet 28. oktober 2019
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Robert L
Atlanta, GA15 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
Our marvelous guide Victor (separate review of him!) took us to this temple, of which we had never heard. Small gorgeous temple. Fascinating to see and learn about. Well worth your time to visit this small gem of a temple.
Skrevet 20. oktober 2019
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