We were fortunate to visit this temple during the Lunar New Year because there was so much activity to comprehend. Worshipers ask for guidance with their issues and problems and make offerings. Also...
This is the most famous Dao Temple in Hong Kong. For most local people, when they have problems in mind, they must come and ask for suggestions and guides from Wong Tai Sin, one of the Dao's Gods. W...
Intricate detail in this temple but unfortunately it is being renovated so it lost its charm. The gardens and fish pond was empty as we walked over the little bridge. Still very pretty with the lant...
Wong Tai Sin Center Windmill, New Year's Network Red Punch Holy Land. This is my first time, I saw so many windmills, 16888, accompanied by the breeze to emit a colorful light, the color of the eyes is generally beautiful.
sent a windmill and raised his head to meet the wind to make New Year's wishes. I hope that I can turn joy, happiness, health and good luck into the future!
Wong Tai Sin Temple, whenever it arrives, is bustling with a hustle and bustle.
This is one of the most famous temples in Hong Kong. It is famous for its reputation. It is almost a must-see for all visitors to Hong Kong. This is also the most popular temple in Hong Kong. Every year on the Lunar New Year's Day, the public must fight for the incense. Even on weekdays, many Hong Kong citizens and people from all over the world come to pray.
Wong Tai Sin Temple, the most popular among young people, is not the old temple. Of course, in addition to the heart, the gestures can not be wrong. The correct holding of the red rope can be tied to the fate of the destined.
Wong Tai Sin Temple, located on the southern side of Lion Rock in the north of Kowloon, is one of the many famous temples in Hong Kong. A devout ensemble of halls, shrines, pavilions, and altars, this bustling temple is a destination for all walks of Hong Kong society, from pensioners and business people to parents and young professionals. Fortune tellers occupy dozens of tiny booths in an arcade to the southeast of the main complex. Set behind the temple are the Good Wish Gardens, with decorative pavilions, bridges, and carp pools. Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of Hong Kong's busiest and most interesting temples.