Hong Kong, there is a Hollywood; Hollywood, there is a Wenwu Temple; those who know Hollywood should know the Wenwu Temple. The quiet location of Wenwu Temple in downtown Shanghuan City is in sharp contrast with the busy commercial area around it. The history of the establishment of the Wenwu Temple can be traced back to the early days of Hong Kong's opening. It is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong and is also well-known at home and abroad. Although it has been built many times, it remains the same as before. The temple's copper bells, big tripod, Yungyu, Pewter incense burner and elaborate statue wooden pedestals are all ancient and ancient. More than a century of wind and rain erosion, vicissitudes of life here seems to have left no trace. Or the eaves, the arch walls, the ancient halls, the green lanterns, the pilgrims, or the Van Le. Walking into the temple, looking up is one after another long-burning large-scale tower incense, the ceiling is covered, the tower incense smoking white smoke, spectacular. The main hall is dedicated to Emperor Wenchang and Emperor Guan. Wenchang represents fame and official fortune, worship helps official fortune, Guandi represents wealth and faith, worship helps to improve interpersonal relationships, bless you to meet nobles when you go out, status rises, and the merger of the two emperors is the management of human studies and undertakings. Therefore, the temple has been incensed for a long time, attracting many good faith and tourists to worship here. Wenwu Temple ranks first among the top ten most popular temples in Hong Kong. For more than a hundred years, pilgrims from afar and good men and women from admiration come here to worship and make wishes. The curling smoke is endless, blowing constantly, and dazzling in the clouds and dazzling clouds. As for those wishes and prayers, whether they can become reality or not is not important. What matters is that they were here full of piety and happiness. Destiny is like the palm print in your hand. No matter how tortuous it is, it will eventually be in your hands. You are right. There are no tickets for Wenwu Temple, which is free of charge. Unlike others, Wenwu Temple opens its doors to convenience, not only without admission tickets, but also with incense free of charge. In front of the main entrance there is a "Annmin Notice" which says that the temple does not turn the edge on, nor does it ask for incense money and clouds. This realm is quite different from those so-called monasteries that charge fees everywhere and monks who ask for money in the streets. Located at 124-126 Hollywood Road, Shanghuan, at the junction of Hollywood Road and Stairway Street; the fastest route - "from Exit A2 of MTR "Shanghuan" Station, turn right along Xieli Street to Queen's Avenue, and walk along the Stairway beside Legu Road for about 5 minutes to Hollywood Street. The temple, which occupies only hundreds of square meters and is located in downtown Hong Kong Island, is of great significance. It is not only a holy place for many Hong Kong tourists to punch cards, but also a place for many Hong Kong movies and TVB shooting. Therefore, the Wenwu Temple in Shanghuan is worth visiting. The main hall of Wenwu Temple can be photographed. Many tourists pose in front of the thousand-flower Candlestick in the hall. The staff are very enthusiastic, but they ask to worship the emperor Chang and Guan before taking photos to show their respect for the two emperors.
On the antique street of Hollywood Road, the temple is not big. It worships Emperor Wenchang and Guan Yunchang. It is a one-article-one-weapon temple, so it is called Wenwu temple. The incense is very strong, smoky and strong. The incense is the kind of tower incense that Hong Kong and Macao have. It spirals upwards, and many of them hang together with a sense of solemnity. The temples with Hong Kong flavor and their furnishings are different from those of other temples. We also see the 27-year-old bronze bells of Daoguang. Simple temples, but also see the Shanghai service with children to visit burning incense, very pious.
It is also one of the most important tourist attractions in Riyuetan Lake. You can go to the entrance directly by bus. There is a viewing platform overlooking the scenery of Riyuetan Lake. Unfortunately, it was cloudy on the day you went, so the effect was not very good.
There are three rooms in the temple. The gods worshipped are different, and there are functions similar to ancestral temples. Not many candles were lit inside, all of them were spices hanging overhead. The way of building the throne or worship here is very different from that in the Mainland. It has experienced a different kind of local customs and customs. It is very Hong Kong and very Hong Kong movies.
The Man Wu Temple in Hong Kong is an old building in Hong Kong. Its entrance is made of green bricks and polished granite blocks. Both sides and roofs are suspended with plaster. The eaves on the edge of the roof are typical of New Territories buildings. There are eight compartments on both sides of the atrium. The compartments on both sides of the entrance were the places where the squires spent their stay when traveling through Tai Po.
Symmetrical layout is adopted in the temple. There are three parts on both sides of the central axis. The first part is the main entrance, the second part is the open-air garden and the partial chamber, and the third part is the main hall. In the hall are worshipped two Taoist emperors, Wenchang Emperor and Guan Yunchang, Emperor Wudi, in the Warring States Period (403-221 BC).
At the beginning of Hong Kong's port opening, the earliest ancient temple offering sacrifices to Wen Sheng and Wu Sheng was erected. The building itself was not grand, but the religion was pious and the incense was flourishing. It was an important belief center in Hong Kong.
Wenwu Temple is a famous temple and shrine in Hong Kong. Friends will like it very much. The incense is very strong. Hollywood Road is really a road worth walking. It is said that it is one of the top ten attractions of TVB. Today I finally came here, which is different from what I imagined, but it has a different flavor. I enjoy it very much.
Wenwu Temple is one of the oldest and most famous temples in Hong Kong, built in 1848 at the junction of Hollywood Road and Staircase Street. It is said that the Chicken Head Cutting and Yellow Paper Roasting vows held here during the Qing Dynasty are still recognized by the Hong Kong Government. Wenwu Temple is one of the ancient cultural relics in Hong Kong. It has the longest history on Hong Kong Island.
Hong Kong has one of the oldest temples in history. It has statutory monuments and an important place to commemorate Confucius and Guan Yu. The incense is super prosperous! Many family members come here to protect their families from escalation. And it's more effective!