CAMPASIA-HK-LEADERBOARD-31DEC2021

Play

Share on print
Share on email
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin

Tin Hau Temple And Kwun Yam Shrine In Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Tin Hau Temple + Kwun Yam Shrine

Repulse Bay Temple With Kids

A cultural wonderland awaits directly next door to trendy The Pulse in Repulse Bay! Located at the Eastern end of the beach, this colorful wonderland is hard to miss. Tourists love this area on the weekend so if you are looking for a more zen-like experience, visit on the weekdays!

The scoop:
*Kids will enjoy exploring this area full of dragons and other mosaic creatures.
*According to local folklore, most of the statues are believed to bring a positive change in life to those who take actions (such as throwing coins into certain statues, etc). For those looking to get married, tie red ribbons around a rock here and you should be all set!
*There is a bridge and a pier near the shrine that goes directly into the ocean making for gorgeous snaps + explorations for the kiddos.
*Say hello to the huge 10-meter high statues.

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

A colorful collection of mosaic deities, statues, shrines and more! A family outing hit for sure.

Who It's Perfect For:

Families seeking an easy cultural outing on the island. It's also a favorite for visitors. Be sure to bring your camera.

What Else:​

There is plenty of fun next door at The Pulse!  Pair up with a family dinner at Limewood, grab a yoga class at PURE South, take a family pottery class at Lovearamics.  They also offer kid-friendly blowouts at Airplay, a huge 3D Museum,  and rockin' coffees at Classified (directly in-front of a playground).

Additional Info:​

Tin Hau Temple + Kwun Yam Shrine 

Repulse Bay Beach, Hong Kong (directly next to The Pulse / follow signs to Tin Hau Temple)

Share on print
Share on email
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Want More? Sign up for the Little Steps e-newsletter!
Sign Up
Tips. Deals. Events.
LittleSteps
Sign Up
Tips. Deals. Events.
LittleSteps

Hong Kong Articles