This Buddhist monastery built in the '70s is a tranquil spot in which to pass the time. The main building, styled as a Chinese palace, lies behind a statue of the Bodhisattva at the entrance. Further behind is a two-storey building where, depending on the time of day, you may witness scores of monks chanting mantras. It's topped by a nine-storey pagoda, which, like the rest of the complex, calls to mind a set from a period movie.

To reach the monastery, take minibus 81 from Shiu Wo St. A taxi from the MTR station will cost around HK$50.