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A steep climb to reach, but efforts are rewarded with over 12,000 Buddhas both outside and inside the temple. There is no admission fee. A small restaurant at the top offers refreshments, but bring your own water for the trail.
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After 5 temples we've visited here, this is by far our favorite. The time they have spent to create this art, all those buddhas, is astonishing. They are lined along the path you can walk up to the hill to the top and we had...More
Yes! This place actually have more than Ten thousand statues of Buddhist saints. Statues reflecting Buddhist saints are placed on either side of walkway that leads to the main temple at the top. There are lots and lots of steps so take your time here...More
Besides the fake monks looking for donations, the food is not vegan but vegetarian, specify if you do not want egg in your fried rice. Took alot of pictures here, really beautiful opportunities. Go to the top en every corner it is well woth the...More
Nothing special to do, but every statue is different from each other. Has a small souvenir shop, no food stalls and beautiful view of Sha Tin from top.. I think it was the only highlight.
--- Will not suggest it to first timers in Hong...More
A short 15-minute walk to the destination. Quite beautiful, great view and monkeys along the way. The Buddhas along the path are certainly very entertaining to look at! A bit hard to find- walk down the bridge from New Town Plaza, follow the path all...More
It is a little hard to find, but once you get there it is well worth it. Located in Sha Tin, you need to walk behind the shopping mall and then up about 400 steps to visit the Monastery. On the way up you pass...More