Pak Tai Temple at Cheung Chau

Pak Tai Temple at Cheung Chau

This temple was erected on Cheung Chau about 200 years ago to honour Pak Tai, the Taoist god of the sea, who is also known as the Supreme Emperor of the Northern Heaven or the Mysterious Heaven.

This cultural gem contains gold-plated woodcraft dating from the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911) and a Song Dynasty (960–1279) iron sword. The sculpted dragons adorning the roof are classic Chinese architectural features.

This temple is also the centre of festivities during the quirky and wildly popular Bun Festival, which falls on the eighth day of the fourth month in the lunar calendar.

End of Pak She Street, Cheung Chau, Outlying Islands
+852 2981 0663
How to get there
Take a left from Cheung Chau Ferry Pier, walk along San Hing Praya Street for about eight minutes, turn right to Kwok Man Road then left to Pak She Street and walk for about three minutes.
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