Somewhat Offbeat Attractions - The Tin Hau Temple in Tin Hau

One of Hong Kong's more interesting Temples, moody, very atmospheric and quite easy to find..

We have a lot of Temples in Hong Kong, some say over 700+ and I am trying to visit as many as possible!

The Tin Hau Temple in Tin Hau is one of our more famous Temples, it is old and has a lot of character and it really is moody and atmospheric. Taking photo's is not an issue and with the right camera and eye for composition you are rewarded with some splendid images. 

The Temple is 5 minutes walk from Tin Hau MTR Station and also about 5 minutes walk from Victoria Park in Causeway Bay so it is quite easy to find. 

You should visit. 


I do personal walking tours around Hong Kong, I am on the streets every day and I have a somewhat interesting perspective of this wonderful city I have called my home for 37 years. My private walking tours are perfect for visitors who want a detailed overview of Hong Kong prior to exploring on their own and for people who are only here for a day or two who want to make the most of their limited time here.

Many clients book me for their first full day in Hong Kong, they get to see the best that Hong Kong has to offer + a crash course on our wonderful public transport system and then they go exploring for the rest of their stay armed with step by step instructions and recommendations from me....

I am available at very short notice, I get many last minute bookings and may well be available even if you arrive in Hong Kong without making plans! so please check my calendar, if it says I am free then I am available to do a tour!! Simply send me a message for a prompt reply

...oh, and if you book a tour then you are booking a tour with me, I do not employ other guides.

Jamie's private walking tours - no ordinary experience



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 If you are stuck for something to do, contact me, I take last minute bookings

If you are stuck for something to do, contact me, I take last minute bookings


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Posted on October 2, 2013 and filed under Offbeat attractions.