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Kwan Kung Pavilion

Kwan Kung Pavilion

This pavilion-style temple on the island of Cheung Chau was built in 1973 and houses an 8-foot statue of Kwan Kung, the Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) general who later became deified. The statue is made from an entire camphor tree. In front of the pavilion is an incense burner with two dragons.

You don’t need to max your credit card out at a fancy spa just to unwind. Instead, come here in March when the heady aroma of incense mingles with the sweet smell of cherry blossom.

Info
Address:
Kwun Yam Wan Road, Cheung Chau, Outlying Islands
Website:
www.islandsdc.gov.hk
How to get there

Walk from Cheung Chau Ferry Pier to Cheung Chau Beach Road along Tung Wan Road, walk towards Warwick Hotel. Turn to Cheung Chau Sports Road at Warwick Hotel and then walk to Kwun Yam Wan Road.

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