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Man Mo Temple

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  1. Man Mo Temple
    Photograph: Shutterstock
  2. Man Mo Temple
    Photograph: ShutterstockMan Mo Temple
  3. Man Mo Temple
    Photograph: Shutterstock

Time Out says

Located on Hollywood Road, close to the many nearby antique stores that dot Hollywood and Cat streets, Man Mo Temple is a declared national monument and is said to have been built between 1847 and 1862 by wealthy Chinese merchants. A place of worship dedicated primarily to Man Cheong (god of literature) and Mo Tai (god of martial arts), the temple compound offers a heavily clouded atmosphere that's a world away from the bustle of Central racing past outside. 


124-126 Hollywood Rd, Tai Ping Shan
Hong Kong
MTR Sheung Wan, Exit A2.
Opening hours:
Mon-Sun 8am-6pm
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