Tin Hau Temple in Lei Yue Mun

Tin Hau Temple in Lei Yue Mun

The Tin Hau Temple in Lei Yue Mun is over 200 years old. Villagers worship Tin Hau because it is believed that the construction of Tin Hau Temple can protect the fishermen from storms. On the birthday of Tin Hau, villagers will have celebrations for 5 days and 4 nights with Cantonese opera performances. These activities have been held over 40 years. The temple is also the most romantic Tin Hau Temple in Hong Kong . Various weird-shaped stones behind the temple are found along the coast. Besides, the spectacular views of the Victoria Harbour , Heng Fa Chuen and Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence attract lovers to come here. If you come to visit at around 4:00pm – 5:00pm, you could enjoy the beautiful sunset and delicious seafood in Lei Yue Mun as well.

Opening hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm


Kwun Tong MTR Station exit A1, and take KMB route no.14C; or take a mini bus at Hip Wo Street ; or exit from Yau Tong MTR station, and take a taxi or walk there; or exit from Sai Wan Ho MTR station, and take a “kaito” from Sai Wan Ho Ferry Pier.


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