Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong
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|Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong|
The famous Wong Tai Sin Temple, dedicated to Wong Tai Sin. Everyday Hong Kong people flock to this temple to wish for good health and prosperity.
The area was previously known as Chuk Yuen or Chuk Un, prior to the intake of two Wong Tai Sin Estates. The populace of the estates, the prosperity of Wong Tai Sin Temple and the completion of Wong Tai Sin MTR Station gradually eclipses its former name.
For history before the completion Wong Tai Sin Estates in 1960s, see Chuk Yuen.
Public housing estates in the area include Upper Wong Tai Sin Estate, Lower Wong Tai Sin Estate, Chuk Yuen North Estate and Chuk Yuen South Estate. Fung Wong San Tsuen is also considered part of Wong Tai Sin.
Two shopping centres, Temple Mall North (previously: Lung Cheung Mall) and Temple Mall South (previously: Wong Tai Sin Shopping Centre).
The area of Wong Tai Sin is centre at the main road Lung Cheung Road which connects Kwun Tong Road at Ngau Chi Wan and Ching Cheung Road near Tai Wo Ping. The Wong Tai Sin Station of MTR runs beneath the road.
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