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Tin Hau temples in Hong Kong

Tin Hau Temple, Tin Hau, Causeway Bay

The following is an incomplete list of the over 100 Tin Hau Temples dedicated (at least partially) to Tin Hau (Mazu) in Hong Kong. They include:

FestivalsEdit

Two temples have a marine parade to celebrate the Tin Hau Festival (天后誕; Tiānhòudàn): Tin Hau Temple on Leung Shuen Wan (High Island)[3] and Tin Hau Temple on Tap Mun, which has it once every ten years.[4]

The celebration at Tin Hau Temple, Joss House Bay is attended annually by upwards of 40,000 to 50,000 people. Another large celebration takes place at the Tai Shu Ha temple in Yuen Long District.[5]

List by districtEdit

Note 1: Unless otherwise noted, typically in italics, Tin Hau is the main deity of the temples listed below.
Note 2: A territory-wide grade reassessment of historic buildings is ongoing. The grades listed in the table are based on this update (6 December 2018). The temples with a "Not listed" status in the table below are not graded and do not appear in the list of historic buildings considered for grading.

Eastern DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
No. 53, Shau Kei Wan Main Street East, Shau Kei Wan

22°16′48″N 114°13′50″E / 22.28005°N 114.230523°E / 22.28005; 114.230523 (Tin Hau Temple, Shau Kei Wan)

Shau Kei Wan Tin Hau Temple (筲箕灣天后廟). The original temple, built in 1845,[6] was destroyed by a typhoon in 1872. A new temple was erected in-situ in 1873.[7] Originally situated on a slope with its front part facing the sea. Renovated in 1876, 1902, 1920, 1948 and 2005. Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.[8] The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View. Grade II [1].doc
A Kung Ngam Village Lane, A Kung Ngam, Shau Kei Wan

22°16′56″N 114°14′00″E / 22.282224°N 114.233253°E / 22.282224; 114.233253 (Yuk Wong Temple)

Yuk Wong Temple. Yuk Wong Kung Din (玉皇宮殿) or Yuk Wong Bo Din (玉皇寶殿).
Dedicated to the Jade Emperor. Partly dedicated to Tin Hau: altar on the left side of the main altar.
Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee. The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.
Not listed [2] [3]
On the main breakwater of Shaukeiwan Typhoon Shelter. It is only accessible by boat

22°17′05″N 114°13′58″E / 22.284858°N 114.232891°E / 22.284858; 114.232891 (Tin Hau Temple, Shaukeiwan Typhoon Shelter)

Tin Hau Temple and Kwun Yum Temple (望海觀音古廟) Not listed
Formerly on a small island within the former Aldrich Bay Typhoon Shelter, Shau Kei Wan

22°16′53″N 114°13′48″E / 22.281277°N 114.229913°E / 22.281277; 114.229913 ((Demolished) Hoi Shum Temple, Shau Kei Wan)
(original location)

Hoi Shum Temple (海心廟; 'temple in the middle of the sea'). Built in 1845 for the worship of Tin Hau. It was demolished in the 1980s when the Typhoon shelter was reclaimed. Some of the temple pillars and footing stones are now preserved in the Shau Kei Wan Shing Wong Temple. Not listed
Demolished
Fei Tsui Road (翡翠道), Chai Wan

22°15′40″N 114°14′04″E / 22.261195°N 114.234392°E / 22.261195; 114.234392 (Tin Hau Temple, Chai Wan)

Chai Wan Tin Hau Temple (柴灣天后廟) Not listed
Lok Kang Po, Siu Sai Wan, Chai Wan

22°15′50″N 114°14′44″E / 22.263924°N 114.245608°E / 22.263924; 114.245608 (Tin Hau Temple, Lok Kang Po)

Lok Kang Po Tin Hau Temple (樂耕埔天后廟).
At the current location since 1967.[9]
Not listed [4]

Islands DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Near Pak She San Tsuen, Cheung Chau Wan, Cheung Chau

22°12′47″N 114°01′39″E / 22.213118°N 114.027491°E / 22.213118; 114.027491 (Pak She Tin Hau Temple)

Pak She Tin Hau Temple (長洲北社天后廟).
Located 100m northwest of the Pak Tai Temple.[10] Situated within the boundary of the Chung Shak Hei Home for the Aged. The temple was probably built around 1767.[7]
Grade II [5] [6]
Chung Hing Street (Tai Shek Hau), Cheung Chau

22°12′17″N 114°01′38″E / 22.204747°N 114.027131°E / 22.204747; 114.027131 (Tin Hau Temple, Tai Shek Hau)

Tai Shek Hau Tin Hau Temple (大石口天后廟).[10]
Built some time before the 4th year of the Tongzhi reign (1865) of the Qing Dynasty.[7]
Grade II [7]
Sai Wan, Cheung Chau

22°12′05″N 114°01′08″E / 22.201395°N 114.018886°E / 22.201395; 114.018886 (Sai Wan Tin Hau Temple)

Sai Wan Tin Hau Temple (西灣天后廟).
Located west of Sai Wan (Western Bay), on the southwestern tip of the island.[10] Built some time before 1929.[7]
Grade III [8]
North of Morning Beach aka. Nam Tam Wan (南氹灣),[10] Cheung Chau

22°12′13″N 114°01′59″E / 22.203538°N 114.033151°E / 22.203538; 114.033151 (Nam Tam Wan Tin Hau Temple)

Nam Tam Wan Tin Hau Temple (南氹灣天后廟). Not listed [9]
Pak She Street, Tung Wan, Cheung Chau

22°12′13″N 114°01′59″E / 22.203538°N 114.033151°E / 22.203538; 114.033151 (Yuk Hui Temple)

Yuk Hui Temple aka. Pak Tai Temple.
Partly dedicated to Tin Hau: altar on the right side of the main altar.
Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade I [10] [11]
Fan Lau Miu Wan, Fan Lau, Lantau Island

22°11′54″N 113°50′49″E / 22.198335°N 113.846852°E / 22.198335; 113.846852 (Fan Lau Tin Hau Temple)

Built during the early Qing Dynasty. Rebuilt in 1820.[11] Repaired in 1820, 1928, 1976.[12] Grade III [12] [13]
Yi O (二澳), Lantau Island
Unconfirmed location.
Listed with the note "no information" in "Distribution of temples on Lantau Island as recorded in 1979", in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch.[12] Not listed
San Tsuen, Tai O

22°15′01″N 113°52′01″E / 22.25039°N 113.86688°E / 22.25039; 113.86688 (Yim Tin Tin Hau Temple, Tai O)

Yim Tin Tin Hau Temple (鹽田天后古廟).
Built in 1644,[13] in the early Qing Period, repaired in 1838, 1892, 1895, 1946 and 1972.[12]
Not listed [14]
Kat Hing Back Street, Tai O

22°15′17″N 113°51′44″E / 22.254722°N 113.862249°E / 22.254722; 113.862249 (Tin Hau Temple, Kat Hing Back Street)

Adjacent to Kwan Ti temple (right side). Built in 1772.[14] Grade III [15] [16] [17]
Sha Lo Wan, Lantau Island

22°17′23″N 113°54′01″E / 22.289633°N 113.900197°E / 22.289633; 113.900197 (Sha Lo Wan Tin Hau Temple)

Built in 1919. Located on the left of the Ba Kong Temple, which is dedicated to Hung Shing. A wall is connecting the two temples at the front façade.[15] (Viewed from the front, the Tin Hau Temple is on the right) Nil grade [18] [19] [20] [21]
Chek Lap Kok New Village, Wong Lung Hang Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island

22°16′37″N 113°56′30″E / 22.277044°N 113.941575°E / 22.277044; 113.941575 (Tin Hau Temple, Chek Lap Kok New Village)

Built in 1823 at the north east of Chek Lap Kok. The entire temple was built of granite quarried on the island.[16] Repaired in 1978.[12] Dismantled in 1991 because of the construction of the new airport, and rebuilt in 1994 at its present location.[7][17] Grade II [22] [23]
Tai Pak (大白), Lantau Island

Unknown location, possibly at Discovery Bay

Listed with the note "no information" in "Distribution of temples on Lantau Island as recorded in 1979", in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch.[12] Not listed
Nim Shue Wan, Lantau Island

22°17′28″N 114°01′08″E / 22.29103°N 114.018852°E / 22.29103; 114.018852 (Nim Shue Wan Tin Hau Temple)

Tin Hau Temple, Nim Shue Wan. Built in 1920.[7] The statue of Tin Hau was moved to Peng Chau by the villagers during the Japanese Occupation.[12][18] Nil grade [24] [25] picpic [26]
Luk Tei Tong, Mui Wo, Lantau Island

22°15′43″N 113°59′33″E / 22.261923°N 113.992636°E / 22.261923; 113.992636 (Luk Tei Tong Tin Hau Temple)

Not listed [27] [28]
Shap Long Chung Hau (十塱涌口), Chi Ma Wan, Lantau Island

22°14′23″N 113°59′43″E / 22.239794°N 113.995264°E / 22.239794; 113.995264 (Chi Ma Wan Tin Hau Temple)

It was rebuilt in 1951.[12] Not listed pic pic [29]
Chi Ma Wan Road (along Lantau Trail Stage 12), Ham Tin Kau Tsuen, Ham Tin, Pui O, Lantau Island

22°14′12″N 113°58′55″E / 22.236693°N 113.981979°E / 22.236693; 113.981979 (Ham Tin Kau Tsuen Tin Hau Temple)

Built in the Ming Dynasty, rebuilt in 1798 and repaired in 1947,[12] 1974 and 1995.[19] Not listed [30] [31]
Tong Fuk, Lantau Island

22°13′41″N 113°55′59″E / 22.228016°N 113.933013°E / 22.228016; 113.933013 (Tong Fuk Tin Hau Temple)
(approximate location)

Not listed
No. 1A Yung Shue Wan Main Street, Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island

22°13′28″N 114°06′40″E / 22.224458°N 114.111198°E / 22.224458; 114.111198 (Tin Hau Temple, Yung Shue Wan)

Built some time before the 2nd year of Guangxu reign (1876) of the Qing Dynasty.[20] An uncommon feature of the temple is that it is guarded by two Western lions. They replaced the original Chinese lions which had been damaged in the 1960s.[21] Grade III [32] [33] [34] [35] [36]
O Tsai, Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island

22°13′39″N 114°06′32″E / 22.227584°N 114.108915°E / 22.227584; 114.108915 (Tin Hau Temple, O Tsai)

Not listed
Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island

22°12′14″N 114°07′51″E / 22.203788°N 114.130933°E / 22.203788; 114.130933 (Tin Hau Temple, Sok Kwu Wan)

Tin Hau Temple, Sok Kwu Wan (索罟灣天后宮). Probably built between 1826 and 1868.[7] Nil grade [37] [38] [39]
Luk Chau Village, Lamma Island

22°13′16″N 114°08′01″E / 22.221034°N 114.133744°E / 22.221034; 114.133744 (Tin Hau Temple, Luk Chau Village)

Believed to be built in the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).[7] Nil grade [40]

[41]

Nos. 69A & 69B, Wing On Street, Peng Chau

22°17′08″N 114°02′18″E / 22.28558°N 114.038389°E / 22.28558; 114.038389 (Tin Hau Temple, Peng Chau)

Tin Hau Temple, Peng Chau (坪洲天后宮). Probably built in 1792.[7] Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade II [42] [43]
Po Toi Island

22°09′51″N 114°15′04″E / 22.164281°N 114.251195°E / 22.164281; 114.251195 (Tin Hau Temple, Po Toi)

Tin Hau Temple, Po Toi Island (蒲台島天后廟). Renovated in 1893.[22] Nil grade [44] [45] [46] [47] [48]
Tai A Chau, Soko Islands

22°09′52″N 113°54′35″E / 22.16434°N 113.909634°E / 22.16434; 113.909634 (Tin Hau Temple, Tai A Chau)

Built in 1828.[23] The Tong Fuk village committee contributed to its renovation in 2000.[24] Not listed [49]
Siu A Chau, Soko Islands

22°10′53″N 113°54′48″E / 22.181399°N 113.913238°E / 22.181399; 113.913238 (Tin Hau Temple, Siu A Chau)

Not listed [50] pic
Hei Ling Chau

1) Former 2) Current temple:
22°15′29″N 114°01′42″E / 22.258001°N 114.028366°E / 22.258001; 114.028366 (former Tin Hau Temple, Hei Ling Chau)
22°15′23″N 114°01′40″E / 22.256353°N 114.02773°E / 22.256353; 114.02773 (current Tin Hau Temple, Hei Ling Chau)

There are two Tin Hau temples on the island. One was built in 1925 and was converted into a store room. The current temple was built in 1985.[25] Not listed Former[51]
Shek Kwu Chau

22°11′39″N 113°59′31″E / 22.19416°N 113.991834°E / 22.19416; 113.991834 (Tin Hau Temple, Shek Kwu Chau)

Not listed [52] [53]

Kowloon City DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
No. 49 Ha Heung Road, To Kwa Wan

22°19′02″N 114°11′20″E / 22.3172°N 114.188957°E / 22.3172; 114.188957 (Tin Hau Temple, To Kwa Wan)

Tin Hau Temple, To Kwa Wan (土瓜灣天后廟). Built in 1885. The temple also houses the statue of Lung Mo, which was transferred here in 1964, when the temple at Hoi Sham Island was demolished following land reclamation.[26][27] Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade III [54] [55]
1/F, 40 Pak Tai Street, To Kwa Wan

22°19′16″N 114°11′18″E / 22.321101°N 114.188413°E / 22.321101; 114.188413 (Wah Kwong Tak Yan Tong)

Building demolished as of 2016.
Wah Kwong Tak Yan Tong (華光得因堂). Located in a residential and commercial building. Partly dedicated to Tin Hau.
Not listed [56]
Picture: site of the former building.

Kwai Tsing DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Chung Mei Lo Uk Village, Tsing Yi Island[28]

22°21′02″N 114°06′26″E / 22.350567°N 114.107156°E / 22.350567; 114.107156 (Tin Hau Temple, Chung Mei Lo Uk Village)

Tin Hau Temple, Tsing Yi (青衣天后古廟). The Tin Hau Festival in Tsing Yi lasts from 1st to 5th day of the 4th lunar month each year.[29] The temple was originally located near Tsing Yi Tong. Upon reclamation of Tsing Yi, it was moved to Ha Ko Tan (下高灘), near today's Chung Mei Lo Uk Village. Not listed [57]
Near Ha Kwai Chung Tsuen (下葵涌村), Kwai Chung. Located across Kwai Chung Road from Kwai Fong Terrace.

22°21′20″N 114°07′46″E / 22.355434°N 114.12941°E / 22.355434; 114.12941 (Tin Hau Temple, Kwai Chung)

Tin Hau Temple, Kwai Chung (葵涌天后廟). Built prior to 1828, the original temple was relocated to the present site in 1966 to make way for the port reclamation in Kwai Chung.[7][30] No grade [58] [59]
Opposite to Chui Kwai House, Kwai Chung Estate, Tai Wo Hau Road, Tai Wo Hau

22°22′01″N 114°07′45″E / 22.366914°N 114.129168°E / 22.366914; 114.129168 (Tin Hau Temple, Kwai Chung Estate)

Tin Hau Temple, Tai Wo Hau (大窩口天后廟) Not listed [60] [61]
Near Yan Kwai House, Kwai Chung Estate, Tai Wo Hau

22°21′58″N 114°07′42″E / 22.366006°N 114.128444°E / 22.366006; 114.128444 (Kwai Chung Fu Tak Temple)

Kwai Chung Fu Tak Temple (葵涌福德堂)
Partly dedicated to Tin Hau.
Not listed [62]

Kwun Tong DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Ma Wan Tsuen, Lei Yue Mun (Kowloon)

22°17′11″N 114°14′23″E / 22.286262°N 114.239814°E / 22.286262; 114.239814 (Tin Hau Temple, Lei Yue Mun)

Tin Hau Temple, Lei Yue Mun (鯉魚門天后廟). First built in 1753.[7] Grade III [63] [64]
Cha Kwo Ling Road, Cha Kwo Ling

22°17′58″N 114°13′47″E / 22.299552°N 114.22959°E / 22.299552; 114.22959 (Tin Hau Temple, Cha Kwo Ling)

Tin Hau Temple, Cha Kwo Ling (茶果嶺天后廟). Initially built in Cha Kwo Ling Village during the Qing Dynasty, it was moved to Cha Kwo Ling Road in 1941, and was under maintenance and repair in 1947.[31] Opened officially in 1948. Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.[7]

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade III [65] [66] [67] [68]
Rehab Path, off Lei Yue Mun Road. On a hill between Kwun Tong and Lam Tin

22°18′31″N 114°13′48″E / 22.308698°N 114.229928°E / 22.308698; 114.229928 (Tin Hau Temple and Sam Shan Kwok Wong Temple, Kwun Tong)

Tin Hau Temple and Sam Shan Kwok Wong Temple, Kwun Tong (三山國王古廟 (觀塘), 觀塘復康徑三山國王廟, 茜草灣三山國王古廟). Not listed [69] [70] [71] [72] [73]
Po Lam Road, near the junction with Sau Mau Ping Road, Sau Mau Ping. Near Po Tat Estate.

22°19′07″N 114°14′08″E / 22.318522°N 114.235437°E / 22.318522; 114.235437 (Tin Hau Temple, Sau Mau Ping (new))

Hoi Kwok Tin Hau Shing Mo Temple (海國天后聖母廟). The opening ceremony took place on 24 November 2012.[32] Not listed [74]
Sau Mau Ping Road, Sau Mau Ping.

22°19′18″N 114°13′56″E / 22.321582°N 114.232213°E / 22.321582; 114.232213 (Tin Hau Temple, Sau Mau Ping (demolished))

Hoi Kwok Tin Hau Temple (海國天后古廟). Part of a complex built in 1964 without government approval. Demolished in 2008 to make way for the new On Tat Estate. Not listed picture picture [75] [76] [77] [78] [79]

North DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Lung Yeuk Tau, Fanling

22°29′51″N 114°09′10″E / 22.497503°N 114.152691°E / 22.497503; 114.152691 (Tin Hau Temple, Lung Yeuk Tau)

Tin Hau Temple, Lung Yeuk Tau (粉嶺龍躍頭天后宮). Located along the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail, next to Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall. Declared [80] [81] [82] [83] [84]
Sai Ho (西澳), Kat O Island

22°32′53″N 114°17′30″E / 22.54796°N 114.291648°E / 22.54796; 114.291648 (Tin Hau Temple, Kat O)

Tin Hau Temple, Kat O (吉澳天后宮). Probably built in 1763.[33][34] Grade III [85] [86]

[87]

No. 72 Ping Che, Ta Kwu Ling

22°31′34″N 114°09′45″E / 22.526207°N 114.162476°E / 22.526207; 114.162476 (Tin Hau Temple, Ping Che)

Ping Yuen Tin Hau Temple (坪源天后古廟). Probably built in 1756. The temple is flanked by two buildings: the Ping Yuen Community Hall (right) and the Sing Ping She Memorial Hall (left). Grade III [88] [89]

[90]

Ng Uk Tsuen (吳屋村), Ta Kwu Ling

22°30′49″N 114°10′10″E / 22.513734°N 114.169372°E / 22.513734; 114.169372 (Tin Hau Temple, Ng Uk Tsuen)

(to be confirmed) Not listed
Muk Wu Tsuen, Ta Kwu Ling

22°32′24″N 114°07′58″E / 22.539976°N 114.132738°E / 22.539976; 114.132738 (Tin Hau Temple, Muk Wu Tsuen)

Tin Hau Temple, Muk Wu (木湖村天后廟). Built around 1912-1913.[35] Grade III [91]
Ma Mei Ha (馬尾下), Ta Kwu Ling

22°31′04″N 114°10′36″E / 22.517916°N 114.176745°E / 22.517916; 114.176745 (Tin Hau Temple, Ma Mei Ha)
(approximate location)

Not listed [92] picture picture
Tsung Yuen Ha (松園下), Ta Kwu Ling

22°33′02″N 114°09′20″E / 22.550621°N 114.15554°E / 22.550621; 114.15554 (Tin Hau Temple, Tsung Yuen Ha)
(unconfirmed location)

Not listed picture picture
No. 41 Hung Kiu San Tsuen (紅橋新村), Sheung Shui

22°31′05″N 114°07′39″E / 22.517983°N 114.127425°E / 22.517983; 114.127425 (Tin Hau Temple, Hung Kiu San Tsuen)

Tin Hau Temple (天后古廟). Rebuilt in 1962.[36] No grade [93] [94]
Wai Loi Tsuen, Sheung Shui Wai, Sheung Shui

Item #221 on map: [95]
22°30′34″N 114°07′20″E / 22.509569°N 114.122302°E / 22.509569; 114.122302 (Tin Hau Temple, Sheung Shui Wai)

Completely renovated to modern structure.[37] Not listed [96]
Ping Kong, Sheung Shui

22°29′25″N 114°07′20″E / 22.490327°N 114.122151°E / 22.490327; 114.122151 (Tin Hau Temple, Ping Kong)

Within a walled village.[38] The temple is featured in Jackie Chan's 1983 film Project A.[39] Not listed [97]
Yim Liu Ha, Sha Tau Kok

22°32′36″N 114°13′31″E / 22.543249°N 114.22514°E / 22.543249; 114.22514 (Tin Hau Temple, Sha Tau Kok)

Not listed [98] [99]
Wu Shek Kok, Sha Tau Kok

22°32′11″N 114°12′52″E / 22.536367°N 114.214527°E / 22.536367; 114.214527 (Tin Hau Temple, Wu Shek Kok)

Not listed [100]
Luk Keng Road, Nam Chung

22°31′28″N 114°12′32″E / 22.52439°N 114.20894°E / 22.52439; 114.20894 (Tin Hau Temple, Nam Chung)

Nam Chung Tin Hau Temple (南涌天后宮). The temple complex contains also a Kwun Yam Temple and a Dragon King shrine. Not listed [101] [102] [103]

Sai Kung DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Joss House Bay (大廟灣; Tai Miu Wan)

22°16′14″N 114°17′24″E / 22.270603°N 114.289899°E / 22.270603; 114.289899 (Tin Hau Temple, Joss House Bay)

Tin Hau Temple, Joss House Bay
Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade I [104] [105]
Tin Chau Road, Tin Ha Wan Village (田下灣村), Hang Hau

22°18′51″N 114°16′09″E / 22.314279°N 114.26926°E / 22.314279; 114.26926 (Tin Hau Temple, Tin Ha Wan)

Tin Hau Temple, Hang Hau (坑口天后廟). Built around 1840.[40] Grade III [106] [107]
Leung Shuen Wan Chau (High Island), Sai Kung District

22°21′00″N 114°21′15″E / 22.349959°N 114.354103°E / 22.349959; 114.354103 (Tin Hau Temple, High Island)

Tin Hau Temple, Leung Shuen Wan (糧船灣天后宮). Probably built in 1741. It is located in the original coastal site and is feng shui-oriented.[7] Grade III [108] [109] [110]
Po Tung Road (普通道), Sai Kung Town

22°22′52″N 114°16′15″E / 22.381071°N 114.270866°E / 22.381071; 114.270866 (Tin Hau and Hip Tin Temples, Sai Kung)

Tin Hau Temple and Hip Tin Temple (西貢墟天后古廟及協天宮). Built in the 1910s-1920s. Grade II [111]
Wong Keng Tei (黃麖地), Pak Tam Chung, Sai Kung Peninsula

22°23′35″N 114°18′43″E / 22.392931°N 114.31192°E / 22.392931; 114.31192 (Tin Hau Temple, Pak Tam Chung)

Wong Keng Tei Tin Hau Temple (黃麖地天后古廟) aka. Tsam Chuk Wan Tin Hau Temple (斬竹灣天后廟) Not listed
Off Tai Mong Tsai Road, Tai Mong Tsai (大網仔), Sai Kung Peninsula

22°23′45″N 114°17′08″E / 22.395954°N 114.28567°E / 22.395954; 114.28567 (Tin Hau Temple, Tai Mong Tsai)

Not listed
Pak Kong, Sai Kung Peninsula

22°22′47″N 114°15′32″E / 22.379668°N 114.258751°E / 22.379668; 114.258751 (Tin Hau Temple, Pak Kong)

Built before 1872. The temple is located on a feng shui marking the eastern edge of the residential area of the village.[41] Not listed [112]
Nam Wai

22°21′18″N 114°15′36″E / 22.355117°N 114.259979°E / 22.355117; 114.259979 (Tin Hau Temple, Nam Wai)

Not listed [113]
South Ninepin Island (Ninepin Group)

22°15′24″N 114°21′08″E / 22.256566°N 114.352242°E / 22.256566; 114.352242 (Tin Hau Temple, South Ninepin Island)

Not listed picture [114] [115]

Note: located at the top of the hill at the centre of the picture =>

Nam Tong (南堂), Tung Lung Chau

22°15′18″N 114°17′22″E / 22.254963°N 114.289307°E / 22.254963; 114.289307 (Hung Shing Temple, Tung Lung Chau)

A Hung Shing Temple. Partly dedicated to Tin Hau.
Built before 1931. Kwun Yam and Tin Hau are housed at the altars of the left and right chambers respectively. A large rock, called Holy Rock (聖石) by the worshippers, is protruding from the rear wall of the right chamber.
Nil grade [116] [117][118] [119]

Sham Shui Po DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
No.180-184 Yee Kuk Street (醫局街), at the corner of Kweilin Street, Sham Shui Po

22°19′42″N 114°09′35″E / 22.328435°N 114.159761°E / 22.328435; 114.159761 (Tin Hau Temple, Sham Shui Po)

Tin Hau Temple, Sham Shui Po (深水埗天后廟). Erected in 1901.[7] Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade III [120]

Southern DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
No. 182 Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen

22°14′59″N 114°09′21″E / 22.249677°N 114.15576°E / 22.249677; 114.15576 (Tin Hau Temple, Aberdeen)

Tin Hau Temple, Aberdeen (石排灣天后廟). Built in 1851.[7] Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

Grade III [121] [122]
South of Yuk Fai House (旭暉閣), Yue Fai Court, Aberdeen

22°14′53″N 114°09′23″E / 22.247980°N 114.156521°E / 22.247980; 114.156521 (Tin Hau Temple, Shek Pai Wan)

Tin Hau Temple. Built around 1955. Not listed [123]
Middle Island[6]

22°14′08″N 114°11′08″E / 22.235669°N 114.185649°E / 22.235669; 114.185649 (Tin Hau Temple (2), Middle Island)

Destroyed by Typhoon Hato on August 23, 2017. Not listed
Stanley Plaza, Stanley Main Street, Stanley

22°13′08″N 114°12′34″E / 22.21899°N 114.209321°E / 22.21899; 114.209321 (Tin Hau Temple, Stanley)

Tin Hau Temple, Stanley (赤柱天后廟). Built in 1767.[7] No grade [124] [125]
No. 219 Lan Nai Wan Village, Shek O

22°14′23″N 114°14′07″E / 22.23972°N 114.235394°E / 22.23972; 114.235394 (Lin Hok Sin Koon)

Lin Hok Sin Koon (蓮鶴仙觀). Partly dedicated to Tin Hau. Not listed [126] [127] [128]
No. 333 Shek O Village, Shek O

22°13′50″N 114°15′08″E / 22.230536°N 114.252115°E / 22.230536; 114.252115 (Tin Hau Temple, Shek O)

Tin Hau Temple, Shek O (石澳天后廟). Believed to be built before 1891.[7] Grade III [129]
Hok Tsui (鶴咀)

22°12′30″N 114°15′36″E / 22.208419°N 114.259869°E / 22.208419; 114.259869 (Hok Tsui)
(unconfirmed location)

Not listed picture

Tai Po DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
No. 39 Ting Kok Road, Tai Po Kau Hui

22°27′16″N 114°09′57″E / 22.454343°N 114.165713°E / 22.454343; 114.165713 (Tin Hau Temple, Tai Po Kau Hui)

Tin Hau Temple, Tai Po Kau Hui (大埔舊墟天后宮). Built before 1691. On the left of the Tin Hau Temple is Hip Tin Temple dedicated to Kwan Tai. On its right is Tam Sin Temple where Tam Sin is revered.[7] Grade III [130] [131]
Nos. 52-53 Tsz Tong Tsuen (祠堂村), Tai Hang, Tai Po

22°28′11″N 114°08′48″E / 22.469592°N 114.146677°E / 22.469592; 114.146677 (Tin Hau Temple and Man Tai Temple, Tai Hang (Tai Po))

Tin Hau Temple and Man Tai Temple (天后宮及文帝古廟). The Tin Hau Temple is adjacent to a Man Tai Temple. Built in 1727 and 1884 respectively. Nil grade [132] [133] [134]

[135] [136]

Fong Ma Po, Lam Tsuen

22°27′25″N 114°08′30″E / 22.456963°N 114.141641°E / 22.456963; 114.141641 (Tin Hau Temple, Lam Tsuen)

Near the Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees. Believed to be built in 1768 or around 1771.[42] The temple was damaged by Typhoon Dot in 1964 and by a fire in 1965. It was extensively renovated in 1967.[43] Grade II [137] [138] [139]
Shuen Wan area of Plover Cove, next to Kei Shan Kok between Wai Ha and Ha Tei Ha.[44]

22°28′01″N 114°12′15″E / 22.46702°N 114.204264°E / 22.46702; 114.204264 (Tin Hau Temple of Sam Kung Temples complex)

One of the three temples of the Sam Kung Temples complex (三宮廟). The other ones are a Hip Tin Temple, dedicated to Kwan Tai (Guan Yu), and a Temple of Confucius.[44] The Sam Kung Temples complex had been destroyed by a typhoon in 1936 and was reconstructed in 2009.[45] Not listed [140]
Po Sam Pai (布心排)

22°28′16″N 114°12′35″E / 22.471146°N 114.209671°E / 22.471146; 114.209671 (Tin Hau Temple, Po Sam Pai)
(unconfirmed location)

Not listed picture
Ha Wai (下圍), Tap Mun Chau

22°28′17″N 114°21′36″E / 22.47137°N 114.359876°E / 22.47137; 114.359876 (Tin Hau Temple, Tap Mun)

The temple complex comprises three temples in two buildings: the first building is a Tin Hau Temple, built in 1737, to which an annex was later added, housing a Kwan Tai Temple.[46] On its left, Shui Yuet Kung, built in 1788, is dedicated to Kwun Yam and the Earth God.[47] Grade II [141] [142]
Sha Tau, Ping Chau

22°32′29″N 114°26′12″E / 22.541289°N 114.436646°E / 22.541289; 114.436646 (Tin Hau Temple, Ping Chau)

Built in 1765. Two other deities are worshipped at its side altars: Hung Shing and Tai Sui.[48] Grade III [143] [144]
Ko Lau Wan, North Sai Kung Peninsula

22°27′37″N 114°21′40″E / 22.460389°N 114.361211°E / 22.460389; 114.361211 (Tin Hau Temple, Ko Lau Wan)

Not listed [145] [146]

Tsuen Wan DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Wai Tsuen Road, Tsuen Wan Town. Situated at the east of Luk Yeung Sun Chuen, next to Block J.

22°22′23″N 114°07′17″E / 22.373177°N 114.121395°E / 22.373177; 114.121395 (Tin Hau Temple, Tsuen Wan)

Tin Hau Temple, Tsuen Wan (荃灣天后宮). Built in 1721[49] during the reign of Kangxi (1661–1722) of the Qing Dynasty.[7] Grade II [147] [148]
Yau Kam Tau Village, Po Fung Road, Tsuen Wan

22°22′21″N 114°05′49″E / 22.372577°N 114.096839°E / 22.372577; 114.096839 (Tin Hau Temple, Yau Kam Tau)

Yau Kam Tau Village was established in 1864. It was resited to the present location in 1984, following the development of the MTR. The temple is a single storey stone house. It lies by the side of the Yau Kam Tau Village Rural Committee, on a terrace built by boulders.[50] Not listed
Nos. 56-58 Castle Peak Road, Tsing Lung Tau

22°21′41″N 114°02′50″E / 22.361385°N 114.047358°E / 22.361385; 114.047358 (Tin Hau Temple, Tsing Lung Tau)

Built before 1889.[7] No grade
No. 38 Ma Wan Main Street, Ma Wan

22°20′55″N 114°03′23″E / 22.34855°N 114.056426°E / 22.34855; 114.056426 (Category:Tin Hau Temple, Kap Shui Mun, Ma Wan)

It was renovated in 1860.[7] Grade III [149]
Northern beach, Ma Wan

22°21′16″N 114°03′43″E / 22.354422°N 114.061914°E / 22.354422; 114.061914 (Tin Hau Temple, Pak Wan, Ma Wan)

Recently rebuilt. Said to have been originally built by the local pirate Cheung Po Tsai. Not listed [150] original

Tuen Mun DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Tsing Chuen Wai,[51] Lam Tei

22°25′22″N 113°58′56″E / 22.422903°N 113.982156°E / 22.422903; 113.982156 (Tin Hau Temple, Tsing Chuen Wai)

Not listed
Fuk Hang Tsuen Path (福亨村徑), Fuk Hang Tsuen (福亨村), Lam Tei

22°25′06″N 113°59′39″E / 22.418459°N 113.994104°E / 22.418459; 113.994104 (Tin Hau Temple, Fuk Hang Tsuen)

Fuk Hang Tsuen Tin Hau Temple (泰亨村). The temple was rebuilt in 2015. Not listed [151] [152]
Tin Hau Road, Tuen Mun[51]

22°23′26″N 113°58′14″E / 22.39061°N 113.970545°E / 22.39061; 113.970545 (Tin Hau Temple, Hau Kok)

Called the Hau Kok Tin Hau Temple, the temple stands by the Tuen Mun River Channel.[52] Subsequent to reclamation, the temple is now enclosed by factories.[7] No grade
Castle Peak Road, opposite Sam Shing Estate, Sam Shing Hui, Tuen Mun

22°22′54″N 113°58′45″E / 22.381634°N 113.979173°E / 22.381634; 113.979173 (Tin Hau Temple, Sam Shing Hui)

Castle Peak Sam Chau Ma Temple (青山三洲媽廟) Not listed [153] [154]
Along Castle Peak Road, near Hong Kong Gold Coast

22°22′24″N 113°59′32″E / 22.373226°N 113.992214°E / 22.373226; 113.992214 (Tin Hau Temple, Gold Coast)

Not listed [155]
Yu Chui Street, So Kwun Tan

22°21′59″N 113°59′48″E / 22.366462°N 113.996653°E / 22.366462; 113.996653 (Tin Hau Temple, Yu Chui Street)

Not listed [156]
So Kwun Wat Tsuen Road, So Kwun Wat Tsuen

22°22′37″N 114°00′27″E / 22.376862°N 114.007449°E / 22.376862; 114.007449 (Tin Hau Temple, So Kwun Wat)

Not listed
No. 21 So Kwun Wat San Tsuen (掃管笏新村)

22°22′37″N 114°00′37″E / 22.376815°N 114.010372°E / 22.376815; 114.010372 (Tin Hau Temple, So Kwun Wat San Tsuen)

Not listed
Tai Lam Kok, near Tai Lam Chung, Tuen Mun. Located across Castle Peak Road from the Maritime Services Training Institute.

22°21′37″N 114°01′09″E / 22.360293°N 114.019165°E / 22.360293; 114.019165 (Tin Hau Temple, Tai Lam Kok)

Renovated in 1955.[7] No grade
Pak Long, Lung Kwu Tan[51]

22°23′27″N 113°55′11″E / 22.390843°N 113.919602°E / 22.390843; 113.919602 (Tin Hau Temple, Lung Kwu Tan)

Not listed [157]
Sha Chau

22°20′52″N 113°53′13″E / 22.347885°N 113.886873°E / 22.347885; 113.886873 (Tin Hau Temple, Sha Chau)

Probably built in 1846. Rebuilt in 1998.[7] No grade [158] [159] [160]

Wan Chai DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
No. 10, Tin Hau Temple Road, Causeway Bay

22°16′56″N 114°11′34″E / 22.282187°N 114.19276°E / 22.282187; 114.19276 (Tin Hau Temple, Causeway Bay)

Tin Hau Temple, Causeway Bay Declared [161] [162] [163] [164]
No. 9, Blue Pool Road, at the intersection with Ventris Road, Wong Nai Chung (Happy Valley)

22°16′12″N 114°11′10″E / 22.270018°N 114.185977°E / 22.270018; 114.185977 (Tin Hau Temple, Wong Nai Chung)

The Tam Kung Temple, together with the Tin Hau Temple at the back, was relocated from the former Wong Nai Chung Village to the present site in 1901 to pave way for the redevelopment of Happy Valley.[53] Managed by the Chinese Temples Committee.

The temple complex can be explored with Google Street View.

No grade .doc [165]
Moored at the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter

22°17′10″N 114°11′12″E / 22.286218°N 114.186575°E / 22.286218; 114.186575 (Floating Tin Hau Temple)

Floating Tin Hau Temple (水上三角天后廟). It has been docked at its current location since 1955.[54] A new temple on land is planned, following land reclamation. Not listed [166] [167]

Wong Tai Sin DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Behind Lok Tai House, Lok Fu Estate, Lok Fu

22°20′13″N 114°11′09″E / 22.337037°N 114.185912°E / 22.337037; 114.185912 (Tin Hau Temple, Lok Fu)

Tin Hau Temple, Lok Fu
(慈德社天后古廟 or 老虎岩(樂富)天后聖母古廟)
Not listed [168] [169]
Nga Tsin Wai Tsuen

22°20′06″N 114°11′35″E / 22.335005°N 114.193179°E / 22.335005; 114.193179 (Tin Hau Temple, Nga Tsin Wai Tsuen)

Not listed [170]

Yau Tsim Mong DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei

22°18′36″N 114°10′14″E / 22.309954°N 114.170686°E / 22.309954; 114.170686 (Tin Hau Temple Complex, Yau Ma Tei)

The Tin Hau Temple Complex comprises a row of five adjacent temples: a Tin Hau Temple, a Shing Wong Temple, a Kwun Yum temple, Shea Tan and Hsu Yuen. The Shea Tan and Hsu Yuen housed study halls, active until 1955.[55] Grade I [171] [172] [173]

Yuen Long DistrictEdit

Location Notes Status References Photographs
Off Tai Shu Ha Road, Tai Kei Leng/Nga Yiu Tau, Shap Pat Heung

22°25′43″N 114°02′03″E / 22.428747°N 114.034301°E / 22.428747; 114.034301 (Tin Hau Temple, Tai Shu Ha)

Called the Tai Shu Ha Tin Hau Temple (大樹下天后廟), it got its name from being a Tin Hau Temple under a tree.[56] Probably built in 1786.[7] The celebration taking place there for the Birthday of Tin Hau is one of the biggest in the city.[57] Grade II [174] [175]
Wang Tat Road, Fung Chi Tsuen (鳳池村), Wang Chau

22°26′50″N 114°01′15″E / 22.44736°N 114.02082°E / 22.44736; 114.02082 (Tin Hau Temple, Fung Chi Tsuen)

Tin Hau Temple, Fung Chi Tsuen (鳳池村天后宮). Constructed before 1908.[7] Grade I [176]
Tung Tau Tsuen, Yuen Long Kau Hui

22°26′52″N 114°02′05″E / 22.447705°N 114.034711°E / 22.447705; 114.034711 (Tin Hau Temple, Tung Tau Tsuen)

It is connected with the Kwun Yum Temple at the back, and they are considered as one complex.[58] Grade III [177]
Off Deep Bay Road, Sha Kong Tsuen (沙江村), Lau Fau Shan

22°27′37″N 113°58′45″E / 22.460184°N 113.979054°E / 22.460184; 113.979054 (Tin Hau Temple, Sha Kong Tsuen)

Tin Hau Temple, Sha Kong Tsuen (沙江天后廟). Originally built in the 1800s.[7] Grade III [178] [179] [180] [181]
Wing Ping Tsuen (永平村), San Tin

22°29′55″N 114°04′40″E / 22.498594°N 114.077656°E / 22.498594; 114.077656 (Tung Shan Temple)

Called the Tung Shan Temple (東山古廟), it is dedicated to Tin Hau. It underwent a renovation in 1894. It is the village alliance temple of all the Man () in San Tin.[59] Grade III [182] [183] [184]
No.62 Shui Mei Tsuen (水尾村), Kam Tin

22°26′55″N 114°03′41″E / 22.44853°N 114.061523°E / 22.44853; 114.061523 (Tin Hau Temple, Kam Tin)

It is believed that the temple was built between 1662–1722 and rebuilt in 1936.[7] Grade III [185]
Ng Uk Tsuen (吳屋村), Wang Chau

22°27′53″N 114°01′10″E / 22.464831°N 114.019565°E / 22.464831; 114.019565 (Tin Hau Temple, Ng Uk Tsuen)

Tin Hau Temple, Tai Tseng Wai (大井圍天后古廟). Rebuilt in 1981.[60] Not listed [186] [187] [188]
Nam Hang Pai (南坑排), Shap Pat Heung, off Tai Tong Road

22°25′21″N 114°01′52″E / 22.422392°N 114.031037°E / 22.422392; 114.031037 (Tin Hau Temple, Nam Hang Pai)

Located along Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail. Not listed [189]
Ha Pak Nai

22°26′07″N 113°56′50″E / 22.435193°N 113.94725°E / 22.435193; 113.94725 (Tin Hau Temple, Ha Pak Nai)

Not listed [190] [191] [192]
Fung Kat Heung (逢吉鄉)

22°27′29″N 114°03′12″E / 22.458002°N 114.05346°E / 22.458002; 114.05346 (Tin Hau Temple, Fung Kat Heung)

Not listed [193] [194] [195] [196] [197]
On top of a hill, off Hung Ting Road (洪天路), Hung Shui Kiu

22°26′15″N 114°00′02″E / 22.437622°N 114.00047°E / 22.437622; 114.00047 (Tin Hau Temple, Hung Shui Kiu)

Tin Hau Temple, Hung Shui Kiu (洪水橋天后廟) Not listed [198] [199] [200] [201]
On top of the hill on the right of Hung Ting Road =>
Mai Po Lung Tsuen, San Tin

22°29′32″N 114°04′06″E / 22.492093°N 114.068409°E / 22.492093; 114.068409 (Tin Hau Temple, Mai Po Lung Tsuen)

Located next to Shek Wu Wai Heroes Temple (米埔隴 英雄古廟) Not listed [202]
Ma Tin Pok (馬田壆)

22°26′15″N 114°01′35″E / 22.437618°N 114.026358°E / 22.437618; 114.026358 (Tin Hau Temple, Ma Tin Pok)

Not listed [203]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Chinese Temples Committee: Tin Hau Temple, Joss House Bay
  3. ^ Chan, Tin-kuen, Anthony (September 2006). Parade for the queen: safeguarding the intangible heritage of the Tin Hau Sea Ritual in Leung Shuen Wan, Sai Kung (Postgraduate thesis, Master of Science in Conservation). University of Hong Kong.
  4. ^ Antiquities and Monuments Office. Brief Information on Proposed Grade III Items. Item #617. Tin Hau Temple, Leung Shuen Wan, Sai Kung Archived 2013-09-22 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Birthday of Tin Hau: Unique Experiences
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  9. ^ Hong Kong Housing Authority: Heritage Impact Assessment on Chai Wan Factory Estate at No. 2 Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong, p.31, April 2013
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  16. ^ Geology of Chek Lap Kok. Chapter 8. 1994
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  23. ^ Islands District Council. Paper No. IDC 107/2008 Archived 2011-07-21 at the Wayback Machine
  24. ^ Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Receiving Terminal and Associated Facilities. EIA Report. Section 12 Cultural Heritage Assessment. December 22, 2006
  25. ^ A Commercial Scale Wind Turbine Pilot Demonstratrion at Hei Ling Chau. EIA Report. November 2006
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  27. ^ Comprehensive Feasibility Study for the revised scheme South East Kowloon Development, EIA Report, 12.7 Proposed Mitigation Measures
  28. ^ Kwai Tsing District Council website (archive)
  29. ^ Welcome to 18 Districts - Kwai Tsing District
  30. ^ Kwai Tsing: Hong Kong's nucleus of trade Archived 2011-09-27 at the Wayback Machine
  31. ^ Fun in Kwun Tong - Heritage & Attractions
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  33. ^ Historic Building Appraisal: Tin Hau Temple, Sai O, Kat O
  34. ^ Welcome to 18 Districts - North District
  35. ^ Historic Building Appraisal: Tin Hau Temple, Muk Wu Tsuen
  36. ^ Historic building appraisal: Tin Hau Temple, No. 41 Hung Kiu San Tsuen, Sheung Shui
  37. ^ East Rail Extension Project: Test Pits Results and Cross-Section Drawings
  38. ^ Lonely Planet: Ping Kong
  39. ^ Hong Kong (& Macau) Film Stuff: Project A - Jackie Chan (1983)
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  41. ^ P.H. Hase, "The Historical Heritage of Ho Chung, Pak Kong, and Sha Kok Mei, Sai Kung", June 2003.
  42. ^ The Tai Po Book, p.41 Archived 2011-06-09 at the Wayback Machine
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  44. ^ a b Wong Wing Ho, "Towards Urbanisation: Shuen Wan and Plover Cove Reservoir", Tai Po Book p. 239 Archived 2009-07-18 at the Wayback Machine
  45. ^ "船灣三宮廟修復重光", The Sun, 7 December 2009 (in Chinese)
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  47. ^ Historic Building Appraisal: Shui Yuet Kung, Ha Wai, Tap Mun
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  52. ^ Film Services Office - Tin Hau Temple (Hau Kok)
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  55. ^ Historic Building Appraisal: Tin Hau Temple, Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei
  56. ^ Welcome to 18 Districts - Yuen Long District
  57. ^ Tin Hau Festival and Tin Hau Temples, 2017
  58. ^ Historic Building Appraisal: Tin Hau Temple, Tung Tau Tsuen, Yuen Long
  59. ^ Historic Building Appraisal: Tung Shan Temple, Wing Ping Tsuen, San Tin
  60. ^ Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment, p.10-6

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