The Man Mo temple in Hong Kong is one of the oldest temples in China and it is one of the few temples that is dedicated to the god of literature. Read on to know more about this beautiful temple that offers a serene yet calm atmosphere.
Built in the 19th century the temple in Hong Kong remains the largest Man Mo temple in Hong Kong. The temple also served as a courthouse in the ancient times to resolve the recurring conflicts.
The temple premises
Man Mo Temple being part of a complex also includes the areas such as Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor. The Lit Shing Kung area was created to worship the heavenly gods, while Kung Sor area was built was an assembly hall where community affairs and disputes were often discussed and settled.
Things to do
The temple premise boasts a serene ambience and it is ideal for meditating, the colourfully decorated interiors are a spectacle to watch and just being here will certainly be a wonderful experience which will lift your spirits.
Getting there and accommodation options
The easiest way to reach the temple is by a taxi. You can also reach here by public transit which can be confusing sometimes and requires your patience. The temple ground is surrounded by many accommodation options and the Murray Hong Kong which is a Hong Kong luxury hotel is worth considering for your stay.
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