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Gallery: Buried in the urban jungle, Hong Kong's temples next door
Hong Kong's almost-hidden neighborhood temples placidly stand their ground, refusing to be gobbled up by high-rise developments
Hong Kong can be a profoundly spiritual city if you know where to look. This is evidenced by tiny, historical temples that placidly stand their ground even as the neighborhood around them gets swallowed up by high-rise developments.
Here is a look at a few of Hong Kong's temples that are buried so deeply within the urban jungle you would easily miss them if you blink.
Fuk Dak Ancient Temple
Pedestrian area along Dock Street, at the corner of Po Loi Street
Gu Ngam Ching Yuen
Behind the Che Kung Temple at 1 Che Kung Miu Road, Tai Wai, Shatin, New Territories
Man Mo Temple
124 Hollywood Road, Central
Hung Shing Temple
129 Queen's Road East, Wanchai
Shui Yuet Temple
90 Shan Tung Street, Mongkok