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Sam Tai Tsz and Pak Tai Temple

Two temples in one complex, Sam Tai Tsz Temple is a Grade II historic building originally built in 1898 by Hakka immigrants to honour their patron deity, Sam Tai Tsz, after a particularly deadly plague swept through Sham Shui Po. Small but full of fascinating details, the temple houses cultural relics that date back to the late Qing dynasty (1644–1912). After exploring this fascinating site, head next door to Pak Tai Temple — a Grade III historic building built by local fishermen in 1920 to honour the Emperor of the North, the eponymous Pak Tai.



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196-198 Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon

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