Man Mo Temple, Sheung Wan

Located at 124-126 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan. The Man Mo Temple was graded as a Grade I historic building in 1993 and it is now a declared monument.

The Man Mo Temple Compound on Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan comprising three blocks, namely Man Mo Temple, Lit Shing Kung and Kung Sor, was built approximately between 1847 and 1862 by wealthy Chinese merchants. The three blocks are separated by two alleys.

The Man Mo Temple, the main building of the complex, is dedicated to the civil god Man Cheong and the martial god Kwan Tai. Lit Shing Kung is for the worship of all heavenly gods. Kung So, to its west, was an assembly hall where community affairs and disputes were settled.

The magnificent Man Mo Temple Compound is a fine example of traditional Chinese vernacular architecture. It is exquisitely decorated with ceramic figurines, granite carvings, wood carvings, plaster mouldings and murals, reflecting superb traditional craftsmanship.

Opening Hours: 8:00am to 6:00pm daily

How To Get There

MTR: Exit A2, Sheung Wan Station (about 15 minutes’ walk)

Citybus
13 Central (City Hall) – Kotewall Road
23 North Point Ferry – Pokfield Road
23A Lai Tak Tsuen – Robinson Road (Circular)
26 Lai Tak Tsuen – Hollywood Road (Circular)
91 Central (Ferry Piers) – Ap Lei Chau Estate

New World First Bus
5 Causeway Bay (Whitfield Road) – Felix Villas
7 Central (Ferry Piers) – Shek Pai Wan
10 North Point Ferry – Kennedy Town
12 Central (Ferry Piers) – Robinson Road (Circular Route)
12M Admiralty (Tamer Street) – Park Road (Circular)
40 Wan Chai Ferry – Wah Fu (North)
40M Wan Chai Ferry -Wah Fu (North)
71 Central (Wing Wo Street) – Wong Chuk Hang (Circular Route)
90B Admiralty (East) – South Horizons
H1 Central (Star Ferry) – Pokfield Road

Kowloon Motor Bus/Citybus/New World First Bus
101 Kwun Tong (Yue Man Square) – Kennedy Town
103 Chuk Yuen Estate – Pokfield Road
104 Pak Tin Estate – Kennedy Town

Maxi cab (Green)
8 Central (City Hall) – Baguio Villas (Lower)

Related Posts

PkTan is fascinated with this beautiful, complicated country. He loves advising travellers to Hong Kong and have developed this site to share all his knowledge of Hong Kong with everyone. Learn more about me [+]

Comments are closed.