When visiting Hong Kong, there is a plenty of activity to do and a lot to see. You will be surprised of amazing temple designs, which are very attractive. Hong Kong has more than 600 Chinese temples, which are used for Buddhism and Taoism. The temples have a rich history, some dating back to more than 700 years ago. The temples are some of the best virtual tourist attractions, which make every visit to Hong Kong a memorable one.
Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the most popular temples with impressive features. It has a rich history and on the temple stands the painting of Taoist god, which was brought to the province in 1915.

Chi Lin Nunnery is another popular temple in Hong Kong that depicts the style of Tang Dynasty traditional Chinese architecture. The temple's overall construction is based on wood frame as well as Chinese traditional architectural techniques that date back to Tang Dynasty. The building itself is a site to behold because it is built in a unique style to fit the modern Honk Kong lifestyle. It is easy to locate the temple and is 10 minutes on foot from Diamond MTR station.


Chi Lin Nunnery

Lotus Pond at Chi Lin Nunnery
Address: 
5 Chi Lin Dr, Diamond Hill, Kowloon
One of the most impressive attractions that are a must-see in Hong Kong is the famous Chi Lin Nunnery, located in Diamond Hill. Housed in a monastery complex, the nunnery is reminiscent of the Tang Dynasty in its architecture, and was built in the 1930s. When the building was renovated in 1998, it was designed so that no nails were used in the reconstruction.

Big Buddha

Big Buddha
Address: 
Ngong Ping, Lantua Island
When you travel to Phuket City's southern region, you will get a glimpse down the hills and a monument that is currently under construction will be visible to you. This towering monument on the hill is typically referred to as Big Buddha and it designed with a view to become the largest local land mark that both locals and tourists will love visiting.

Man Mo Temple

Man Mo Temple
Address: 
124-126 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, HK Island
If you have never been to the Hong Kong's Man Mo temple, then you shouldn't count yourself as an enthusiastic traveler and an adventurer. Many tourists and other visitors in Hong Kong ensure that they visit this famous temple once or twice during their stay so that they can enjoy viewing the incredible creations within and outside the temple.

Po Lin Monastery

Po Lin Monastery
Address: 
Ngong Ping, Lantua Island
The incredible Po Lin Monastery is found on the Lantau Island of Hong Kong. It was originally built by 3 monks and named Da Mao Peng. However, in 1924 it got the new name of Po Lin Monastery and in 1994 it was turned into one of the most popular and renowned of all the tourist destinations Hong Kong can boast about. The Po Lin Monastery has many halls and a number of impressive structures reminiscent of a monastery of its stature and caliber.