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Hung Shing Temple at Ap Lei Chau

This ancient site of worship in Ap Lei Chau was erected in honour of Hung Shing, who is also known as the God of the South Sea. Thought to date back more than 240 years, it’s one of the few temples in the city that still sits in its original location on the shoreline. During the Hung Shing Festival on the 13th day of the second lunar month, the temple comes alive with a giant celebration that involves parades and performances.


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Hung Shing Temple, 9 Hung Shing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong Island
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