Location: Che Kung Temple, Ho Chung, Sai Kung | Accessibility category: Temple | Accessibility information: Insufficient barrier-free facilities
The Ho Chung Kung Temple in Sai Kung has a history of 400 years. The site and construction are far away. Lin Chung Li, facing Feng Shui, has retained the traditional architectural design. 1279) A general marshal, once put down a rebellion in southern China. At the end of the Southern Song Dynasty, Emperor Song went south to seek refuge, and Marshal Cha drove to Hong Kong and stationed in Saigon. Later, it was regarded as a god by Taoism and was enshrined in temples.
Insufficient barrier-free facilities at Che Kung Temple in Ho Chung, Sai Kung. The entrances and exits of Che Kung Temple and Tai Sui Hall are all stairs. In addition, the space and passages in the temple are relatively narrow, so people with wheelchairs/handicapped persons should not go alone.
The Che Kung Temple in Ho Chung, Sai Kung is a first-class monument. There are no barrier-free facilities at all. People in wheelchairs can only watch the temple outside.
Address : Ho Chung Road, Sai Kung, New Territories
Enquiries : 2719-0373
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From Exit C2 of Choi Hung MTR Station, go through the pedestrian underpass to the minibus station. Take the green minibus 1A towards Sai Kung and get off at Ho Chung Station.
- To Che Kung Temple in Sai Kung, you can transfer to a minibus or bus at Choi Hung MTR station and get off at Ho Chung, Sai Kung
- The passage from Ho Chung Road to Che Kung Temple is mainly Ping Road
- There is a ramp in front of the entrance of Che Kung Temple
- The passages outside the Che Kung Temple are wide and generally suitable for people with wheelchairs/handicapped
- However, there are stairs at the entrance of Che Kung Temple and Tai Sui Temple, making it difficult for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility to enter
- The internal passages of Che Kung Temple and Tai Sui Temple are narrow, not suitable for wheelchairs/persons with limited mobility
- Sai Kung Che Kung Temple does not have accessible toilets