Tianhou Temple in Stanley is a local belief center, located near the outdoor square of Stanley Square, where the Queen of Heaven is worshipped. Although this temple is small, there are many devout believers to worship it. There will be more people on special festivals.
Stanley Beach, where the scenery is pleasant, golden sand everywhere, especially during the holidays. You can enjoy sunbathing at noon and walking on the beach at dusk is also enjoyable. And we come to play at noon on the fourth day of the year, and enjoy lion dancing, which has certain Chinese Festival color. Tin Hou Temple is located in Stanley Street. It has been built for more than 600 years. It is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. After many repairs, the original appearance is still preserved.
The No. 6 double-decker bus gets off at Stanley Square and the Tianhou Temple is on the right hand side of the escalator. There is a large space in front of the ancient temple. If it is in the mainland, it is a good place for square dancing. Every year on March 23 of the lunar calendar is the birthday of the queen of heaven, here is the peak of incense. In the small temple, not only the queen of heaven was worshipped, but also Miroslava and Jigong were seen. Can we say that all immortals here can enjoy the offering of incense and fire "rain and dew are stained"?
A little beside Stanley Square is the Temple of Tianhou. After entering it, I was curious to see something similar to the blades of electric fans. I thought it was an antique fan. When I looked carefully, I knew it was called "transshipment vessel". When a foreigner comes in, he turns "fan" around a few times and donates 10 mosquitoes. Ha-ha, if there is this belief, it doesn't matter how much he voluntarily donates; if there is no such belief, then watch more and move less.
These are wild. There's also one in Stanley. Basically they worship a traditional Chinese sea goddess.