A Place of Practicing by the Prominent Family

Built in the Ming Dynasty, Ling Wan Monastery used to be known as “Ling Wan Practicing Hall”. It was built by TANG Hung-yee, the son of a prominent family of Kam Tin, for his mother to practice Buddhism. Outside the monastery, the shadow of old trees, the fragrance of blossoms and the singing of birds combine to create an idyllic picture.

Ling Wan Monastery
Address:Kwun Yam Shan, Pat Heung, Yuen Long.
Transport: take bus No. 64K at Yuen Long town to the junction of Shek Kong Road and Lam Kam Road, then follow the directional signages.

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Yuen Long Old Market
Kam Tin Tree House
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Tin Hau Festival
Tai Shue Ha Tin Hau Temple
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Ling Wan Monastery
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Yeung Hau Temple
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Yi Tai Study Hall
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Pat Heung Old Temple
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