Tai Wong Ye Temple

Tai Wong Ye Temple

Located on the hill behind Tsui Ying House, Tsui Ping South Estate, Kwun Tong, the Tai Wong Ye Temple was built by the worshippers. There is a legendary story about Li Man Chung, a general of the late Song Dynasty. When people saw his spirit appeared in Lok Fu, they decided to build a temple for him. Nowadays, many visitors come to the temple to pray and worship. The Temple is solemnly decorated, with its exterior walls inlaid with porcelain pictures of dragon and tiger.

Opening hours: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm.


Kwun Tong MTR station exit A1, and take mini bus route no. 59 at Hip Wo Street; or Kwun Tong MTR station exit D1, and walk along Kwun Tong Road towards Tsui Ping Estate; or take bus route no. 13M, 14, 14B, 14X, 15, 15A, 16, 16M, 38, 40P, 42C, 601, 601P, 606, 606A, 606P, 619, 619P, 641, 89, 89B, 89X, 93K, 98A, N619 and get off at Kwun Tong MTR bus station, or bus route no. 11B, 11C, 89C and get off at Tsui Ping Road, and walk towards Tsui Ping Estate.


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