Tin Hau Temple at Yung Shue Wan
Dedicated to the Queen of Heaven and the goddess of the sea, the 100-year-old temple is guarded by a pair of stone lions. Inside, behind a red spirit stand (to deflect evil spirits), is the main shrine with images of the beaded and veiled Tin Hau. This temple serves as the main temple for the people living in the north section of Lamma.
Sha Po King Palace
In the Sha Po Village at north section of Yung Shue Wan, there is a temple named "King Palace", also called "King Temple". Inside, the King of the Three Mountain is consecrated. The temple is one of the four of the same kind remained in Hong Kong .
Chan's Old-Style Family School
In Tai Wan Village at the north section of Lamma, there is an old-style family school of Chan 's Family. It was built in 1921. Besides its school function, it was also the place for worshiping Chan's ancestors. Tai Wan is the only village with family temple in Lamma.
Tin Hau Temple at Sok Kwu Wan
This temple is the main temple for people who live in the south section of Lamma. It has a history over 150 years.
Lamma Power Station
Lamma Power Station is the power station of The Hongkong Electric Company, Limited (HEC). The power station provides electricity supply to Hong Kong Island and Lamma Island . It is located at a 50-hectare site at Po Lo Tsui at Lamma, which was gazetted and granted by the Hong Kong Government to the company in September 1978. The main generating units at Lamma Power Station are basically designed for 100% coal firing. To maintain the flexibility in fuel selection, capability for oil firing has been catered for. Advanced technologies for environmental protection include the Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) System to remove sulphur dioxide (SO 2 ) emissions as well as the fitting of low nitrogen oxide (NOx) burners to Units 6-8 to reduce NOx emissions. In addition, high efficiency electrostatic precipitators, have been installed in all generating units to remove more than 99.5% of the fly ash from the flue gas.
|Lamma Power Station|
|Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island|
|Fish Farm at Sok Kwu Wan|
|Hung Shing Yeh Beach|