Wan Chai Post Office was first seen halfway down the road from Central to the left and right. Hong Kong Island is a very magical place, it has the world's largest density of office buildings and a variety of tall modern buildings, but at the same time, it also retains a lot of small, old buildings with a strong sense of history, and these old buildings are in place, almost unimportant to pass by so missed. Fortunately, roadside signs also give a slight description of where and where there are monuments, but when you really stand in front of these monuments, it's difficult to find detailed instructions (sometimes at the door, sometimes only in the travel brochure). For example, the Hongsheng Ancient Temple, a small one, looks inside from the door. It is so densely packed with gods and Buddhas that I dare not enter it, because I do not know whether it is for tourists or private collective ownership.
Hong Kong's gentle land is so narrow that there is hardly any place for Hong Sheng's ancient temple on Queen's Avenue, a busy street. The temple gate faces the Queen's Avenue, and the back is directly a mountain rock. There are many small temples in Hong Kong. They are not large in scale. The fact that there is such a temple in such a prosperous area also shows that the ancient traditions have not been lost in such a modern city.
Hongsheng Ancient Temple, originally located at the seaside, was built on rocks and mountains. Because of the reclamation near Wanchai Sea, it is now located inland. There is only one hall in the temple, where many gods are worshipped, including Hong Sheng King, Prime Minister Bao, Huatuo and so on.
There is such a small temple in the east of Queen's Avenue, surrounded by high-rise buildings, the small temple is at the intersection of traffic lights, but also conspicuous. When I went into the temple, I thought I had offered a sleeping Buddha behind the shrine. When I looked carefully, I realized that it was only a big stone, which had been blackened by the incense of the years. This is how the Hongsheng Temple in Wanchai was built at the foot of the mountain, and suddenly it feels like a stone carving of Dazu.
Hongsheng Ancient Temple Introduction - "Wanchai Hongsheng Ancient Temple was built in 1847, the temple is three designs, but there is only one hall, the roof is paved with tiles, stone pillars engraved on the temple couplet - "Ancient Temple Street is new, Haiyan River Qingge Shengde; Lower Huanyuan, Minkang Wufu is graced by heaven. "
Beautiful scenery, good environment and good service attitude
Hong Sheng Temple in Wanchai is a Hong Sheng Temple in Hong Kong. It is located east of Queen's Avenue in Wanchai. It is now a first-class historical building in Hong Kong. Hongsheng Temple is facing Dawang East Street and Dawang West Street. In 1971, the Chinese Temple Committee "authorized the management of temples" handed over the Hongsheng Temple in Wanchai to the three courts of Donghua. The Hongsheng Temple in Wanchai is one of the temples that provide the annual activities of startling and hitting villains.
Hong Sheng Temple in Wanchai is located east of Queen's Avenue in the Midwest District of Hong Kong Island.