Wong Chou Temple


Sacred / Residential


Reservation required



Guided Visits

Saturday: , , ,


Maximum people per visit: 10

Visit languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese

Photography allowed: No

Child friendly: Yes

Wheelchair access: No

Toilet available: No


Wong Chou Temple was built during the Qing Dynasty and the Temple itself is also used for residence. The Temple is two-storey and the roof is of Chinese hard-hill style. The design of the Temple’s roof is unusual as it has three pitch roofs for just one room, with windows installed on the vertical walls of the middle roof for natural lighting. Both halls on the ground and upper floor are used for worshipping. There is a well on the ground floor. The Cultural Affairs Bureau has renovated the Temple in 2007 and preserved the original architectural design of the temple, including wooden ceiling, the black bricks wall and the floor tiles on the second floor.


Rua da Figueira, Nº 8

Next to Pau Kung Temple

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Buses: 8A, 17, 18, 18A, 18B, 19, 26