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10 Tin Hau Temple Rd, Causeway Bay · interesting places nearby
Tin Hau Temple information
Southeast of Victoria Park, Hong Kong Island’s most famous Tin Hau temple is dwarfed by surrounding high-rises. This temple dedicated to the patroness of seafarers has been a place of worship for three centuries, though the current structure is only about 200 years old. The central shrine contains an effigy of Tin Hau with a blackened face.