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Man Mo Temple (Fu Shin Street, Tai Po)

The Man Mo Temple was built about 100 years ago by the Tsat Yeuk Community of Tai Po to mark the founding of Tai Wo Shi (Tai Wo Market Town) which is now commonly known as Tai Po Market. Full restoration of the temple was undertaken by the Tai Po Tsat Yeuk Rural Committee in 1985 with technical advice and a subsidy from the Government.

Man Mo Temple


Fu Shin Street, Tai Po (Plan)
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Tai Wo Station

Kowloon Motor Bus
72 Cheung Sha Wan - Tai Wo Bus Terminus
72X Mong Kok (Park Avenue) - Tai Po Central

The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.


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