The Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple is located on Wanfo Mountain behind Paitou Village, Shatian District, Hong Kong. It was built by Master Yuexi in 1949 and completed in 1957. The temple covers an area of 65,000 square feet. 4 pavilions, 1 corridor and 1 tower. It is called Wanfo Temple. Actually there are more than 12800 Buddha statues. In addition, here is the only lacquered statue of Master Yuexi in Hong Kong, which is now enshrined in the Hall of Ten Thousand Buddhas.
Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple was built on the Thousand Buddha Mountain. There are no barrier-free facilities at all. The steep mountain roads are not accessible for wheelchair users.
Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple is built on the mountain, and the mountain road is very steep. If wheelchairs/persons with mobility impairments are not necessary, please carefully consider going to Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple.
Address : 221 Pai Tau Village, Sha Tin, New Territories
Enquiries : 2691-1067
- The entrance of Ten Thousand Buddhas Temple is located on the mountain, and it has to pass a long mountain road. The mountain road is very steep and it is difficult for people with wheelchairs/handicapped to get on and off.
- Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is located on the mountain. Most of the passageways are designed to be wide, making it difficult for wheelchair users to enter and exit.
- Some passages have a large number of stairs
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps, the ramps are relatively steep, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone
- Wanfo Temple does not have accessible toilets