Hong Kong Catholic Rose Church, also known as Tsimshatsui Rose Church, is the first Catholic Church in Hong Kong. It was founded in 1901 and is now a secondary historical building in Hong Kong. On the way to the Hong Kong Museum of History, the sun was shining and the sky was bright, but it still couldn't stop the splendor of the church. Lovely pink roof, window eaves trim light powder, wall cream tone, color matching is very lovely, looks like a castle in fairy tales, let you see the natural stop. Compared with the magnificent churches in Europe, the churches in Hong Kong are quite small. The Catholic Rose Church is a small church, and there is not even a spacious space to hold the whole church in the camera. Perhaps it's too beautiful. Only the Pink Church in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam is comparable, so commercial photography is banned here. When I came to the church, it was quiet and quiet. There were not many people, only people of different colours, nationalities and dresses. It is said that on Sunday Mass, churches and streets in front of doors will be busy, many Catholics living in Hong Kong will come to worship, and even many politicians and stars will come here to worship, so it is easy to meet. Traveling in Hong Kong is so interesting. Within a short distance, you can see dazzling buildings, things and people with completely different styles. Stopping, not just because of the scenery. Stop, but also for better progress. Tourist Tips: [Tickets for scenic spots] No tickets are required and free of charge. Hong Kong Catholic Rose Church is located at 125 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon (opposite Chatham Road South, Hong Kong Museum of History). The fastest and easiest traffic: from Exit D of Jordan Station, walk eastward for about 8 minutes. [Play time of scenic spots] Open for one hour, open for 30 minutes, all the year round; [Open time of scenic spots] Monday - Saturday 9:00-12:30, 14:00-17:00, Sunday and public holidays; [Advice for Playing around] The Hong Kong Catholic Rose Church Street is opposite the Hong Kong Museum of History and the Hong Kong Science Museum, and on the west side is close to St. Mary's College in Carnosa, the famous Catholic Church. Among them, the main building and the Saint-Mi high-rise building are all identified as the first-class historical buildings in Hong Kong; the Saint-Marie Academy of Canossa goes westward, namely the Gunfei Mountain Camp, one of the PLA garrison barracks in Hong Kong, and there are still ancient artillery in Hong Kong and Britain at the entrance; the Hong Kong Polytechnic University is on the opposite side of the church... After all, Rose Church is located in downtown Kowloon, which is along the road. There are also many places worth visiting. [Special tips] Weddings can also be held in churches, but commercial photography is not allowed. If you see someone taking pictures here with a camera, you will come and stop. But if you take pictures with a mobile phone, or if you take pictures with friendly instructions, you can take simple pictures instead of commercial ones. The church is usually open, beside which there is a small shop specializing in Catholic books and commodities.
This is the Catholic Church in Kowloon. It is located opposite the Hong Kong Museum of History. The Rose Hall was built in 1905 and has a history of more than 100 years. It looks like a fairy tale castle decorated with pink spires and wall extensions. The church is well laid out, not as solemn as the typical Gothic architecture, and looks very dynamic. There are preparations for Chinese and English Mass in the hall, which can be chosen according to individual characteristics. Rose Hall is a quiet Church in the downtown area, beside which there is a commune. It can buy Catholic books. Nearby, there is a history museum and a science museum, which can be visited along the way.
Unconsciously came to Hong Kong Catholic Rose Hall, located at 125 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. It is also called Tsim Sha Tsui Rose Hall. The original sacred church can also be painted with ivory and brick red walls, giving people a feeling of fresh and harmonious tones. It is a second-class historical building in Hong Kong, where commercial photography is not allowed. When security guards see someone taking pictures with a camera here, they will come over and tell him that I am only a tourist, taking some pictures and remembering my youth.
There is a Notre Dame Rose Hall in Macau. Its outer wall is goose yellow. The pink spire of Hong Kong's Tsimshatsui Rose Hall is more rosy. From the Hong Kong Museum of History, you can see it across the street at a glance. The first two directions of the gate point to different subway stations. One is Hung Hom and the other is Jordan.
Very beautiful churches have a history of more than a hundred years. Near the Hong Kong Museum of History, although they have no religious beliefs, they are all attracted to visit. Very few pink exterior walls are seen. The style is unclear. I heard that they are very famous wedding churches. However, the churches are small, the interior decoration is simple, the protection is good, and they feel very quiet. Passers by, you can see them. 。
Compared with the magnificent churches in Europe, the churches in Hong Kong are quite small. Rose Hall is a small church, and there is not even a spacious space to hold the whole Rose Hall in the camera. The day we went was Sunday. The Rose Hall was not open, so unfortunately we didn't enter it. We could only look at the appearance very simply. Fortunately, the weather was very good that day. The Ivory main body of the church was matched with a rose light pink roof and a blue sky as the background. It looked very beautiful.