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I Shing Temple (Wang Chau, Yuen Long)
I Shing Temple is situated at the multi-clan village of Wang Chau in Yuen Long. The temple was constructed by the villagers around the 57th year of Kangxi (1718) to promote communal spirit. It was dedicated to the worship of the two deities, Hung Shing and Che Kung. The building is a two-hall structure with an open courtyard in between. Although it underwent renovations in the 1970s and 1980s, most of its original features were kept intact. The temple was declared a monument in 1996. Full restoration was carried out in the same year with funds from the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
I Shing Temple
Wang Chau, Yuen Long (Plan)
Virtual Heritage Explorer
7:00am – 5:00pm daily.
Closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Kowloon Motor Bus
68A Long Ping Estate - Tsing Yi Airport Railway Station Bus Terminus
|Green Minibus (GMB)|
|74A||Yuen Long (Fook Hong Street) – Tung Tau Wai|
The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.
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