Shaded by a Hundred Years’ Old Banyan Tree

Tai Shue Ha Tin Hau Temple, meaning 'temple under a big tree', was built some 350 years ago. The temple is so named because it is shaded by a tall old tree spreading out like an umbrella. One may wonder why the temple was not built on the seashore as other Tin Hau Temples. However, Tai Shue Ha Tin Hau Temple is not an exception for it used to be surrounded by sea. The fishermen nearby were in faith of Tin Hau and therefore built the temple to worship their deity.

Tai Shue Ha Tin Hau Old Temple
Address:Tai Kei, Shap Pat Heung, Yuen Long.
Transport: take minibus No. 73 at Tai Tong Road

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