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Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, Hong Kong

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Contact: +852 2320 2883
Open Hours: Temple: Daily 7a-5:30p; Good Wish Garden: Daily 9a-4:30p
Probably the most well-known and busiest temple in the city, Wong Tai Sin was built in 1973 on the site of a previous temple dating back to 1921. The current temple is an excellent example of a traditional Chinese temple. Wong Tai Sin himself was a shepherd boy from Zhejiang province in China, who was thought to have mystical healing powers. Most people visiting the temple come to assess their fortune by using fortune sticks, and there are even some English-speaking soothsayers who can help visitors interpret the fortune sticks.