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Tsz Wan Court

Tsz Wan Court (Tsz Wan Kok Temple) might not be the most well-known temple, but it’s one of the most fascinating. In addition to the familiar statues of Asian celestial beings, you’ll find hallways lined with colourful murals illustrating the Taoist '18 levels of hell' — the stages it is believed your soul passes through after death to atone for your sins during life. You can also join worshippers and have your fortune told via bamboo sticks (kau cim) or moon blocks (gao bui) and burn paper offerings for your ancestors.

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Address

150 Tsz Wan Shan Road, Tsz Wan Shan, Kowloon

Phone

phone-handset   +852 2326 5353

phone-handset   +852 2326 5353

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