Hau Wong Temple (侯王古廟) Kowloon City. The place is a little small but it’s very historical. This temple was built during the Ching dynasty. You can click here for further information on this temple.
It’s right at the coner of Junction Road and Tung Tau Tsuen Road. If you look at my previous post on Kowloon Walled City, it’s on the same stretch of the road.
I have not stop by here to take any photos even though I was here almost every weekend.
Since I started the blogging journey again, why not. Came here. Took some photos. This place is very quite and serene.
Took this while this guy was drawing.
Miniature art of the old Kowloon Walled City.
To Lok Fu, exit B. Walk toward Junction Rd. It’s a 15min walked to Tung Tau Tsuen road. Make a left. Cross the road. It’s on your right hand side.
Take the KMB no. 1 bus at Tsim Sha Tsui piers or along Nathan Road. Get off on Kowloon Walled City stop.
If you are visiting Hong Kong and using bus a transportation, download this KMB BUS app. It’s a real time app but be aware there is a plus/minus on the accuracy on the bus schedule.
Another miniature at Olympian city mall at Olympic station, Kowloon. Most of the miniature depict old Hong Kong. Somewhere around the 60’s and 70’s.
Awesome art. Look so realistic depicting that moment of time…
Its end on Feb 22, 2018. Go check it out if you are in the Kowloon area. Take the Tung Chung line to Olympic station and exit on D.
I was at Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui and saw this interesting miniature art by Tanaka Tatsuya.