Location: Lo Pan Temple | Accessibility category: Temple | Tam Kung Temple in Shau Kei Wan does not have barrier-free facilities
Luban Xianshi Temple is the only temple in Hong Kong dedicated to the "Master of Hundred Craftsmen" Luban Xianshi. According to the stone carvings in the temple, the temple was built in 1884 by the three trades (carpentry, paint, mud and water) in Hong Kong at that time. The faithful who came to worship were mainly engaged in the construction industry. They prayed for Luban's blessing and blessed the work to be safe and smooth. The birthday of Master Luban on June 13th of the lunar calendar is the most prosperous day of the temple's incense. The Luban Xianshi Temple is a two-entry building. The roof is made of wood and covered with tiles. The temple has rich architectural decorations, including: murals, Shiwan pottery and clay sculptures.
Tam Kung Temple in Shau Kei Wan does not have barrier-free facilities at all. The local passage is relatively narrow and there are a large number of stairs. It is not recommended for wheelchair users to go alone.
There are no barrier-free facilities in the Lo Pan Temple. The local passage is relatively narrow and there are a large number of stairs. It is not recommended for wheelchair users to go alone.
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily
Address : 15 Ching Lin Terrace, Kennedy Town
Enquiries : 2802-2880
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- The main entrance of Lo Pan Temple is located at No. 15, Qinglian Terrace, Li Baolong Road, Belcher's Street, Kennedy Town. There are stone steps at the entrance of the gate. Wheelchair users are not recommended to go alone
- Most of Luban Xianshi Temple's passages are narrow in design, which is completely unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- The passage has stairs
- There are no ramps in all uneven places
- Lo Pan Temple does not have accessible toilets