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Exploring Peng Chau - History and Geographical Conditions

Temples and historical monuments can be found on Peng Chau, including the 200 years old Tin Hau Temple honoring Tin Hau - Gooddess of the sea protecting fishermen.

Many years ago an 8 feet whale bone was put inside the temple by the fishermen to consecrate to Tin Hau.

A tablet was placed next to the temple during the 15th year of Daoguang reign of the Qing Dynasty (1835). The teblet was erected to proclaim the good news about the decision made by the government to forbid local officials from expropriating the fishing boats as bait to deal with the pirates who had created havoc to the region.

The Golden Flower Shrine was repaired in the 1980s. People believe that Lady Golden Flower can bring babies to the family.

Visitors can see Lung Mo Temple on Tung Wan. It is said that good luck will be brought and misfortune will be washed away from the worshippers after they touch the "Dragon Bed" which is placed inside the temple.


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