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Miu Fat Monastery is something of a tale of two halves. The three-storey Ten Thousand Buddhas Hall catches the eye before you enter, with a flamboyant red facade featuring two gigantic gold dragons coiled around its pillars, plus a stone elephant and pair of lions guarding its entrance. Inside is the Mahavira Hall, home to three giant gold statues of Buddha Shakyamuni, and walls adorned with the thousands of Buddha reliefs that give the building its name. The Miu Fat Monastery main complex next door couldn’t be more different; a modern glass and concrete affair, it’s topped by a magnificent lotus-shaped hall, which boasts stellar views over Tuen Mun.