The Tin Hau Temple in Causeway Bay was built by the Dai family around the beginning of the 18th century. The Dai family was originally a Hakka from Guangdong, and initially settled in a now-forgotten village near the old Kai Tak Airport in Kowloon. Dai often went to the shore of Causeway Bay to mow grass. According to legend, some of the tribesmen picked up a statue of a god on the shore and set up a temple to worship it. As more and more fishermen came to Shangxiang, they raised funds to build a formal Tin Hau Temple
There are not many barrier-free facilities. Only the toilets are accessible and accessible. The local passages are relatively narrow. There are ramps in a small number of uneven places. It is recommended that wheelchair users do not go alone.
MTR Tin Hau Station Exit A, follow the Tin Hau Temple Road and reach the park. There are several steps of stone-level wheelchairs at the entrance of Tin Hau Temple and cannot enter the temple.
- There are a lot of stairs to reach the entrance of Tin Hau Temple, wheelchair/handicapped people are not recommended to go alone
- The outer passages of Tin Hau Temple are generally wide, but the inner passages are narrow, making it difficult for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility to enter and exit
- There is an accessible toilet located at the entrance