The ancient temple of Tianhou at Tamen, built in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties, has a history of nearly 400 years. Tap Mun is a small island. In the past, residents mostly fished for a living. Tin Hau can protect fishermen from going out to sea. Therefore, Tin Hau Temple is extremely important to the residents of Tap Mun. Legend has it that the Tin Hau Temple was built on a piece of spiritual stone. Before the temple was built, this spiritual stone could accurately predict typhoons. The local residents believed that it was the manifestation of the Tin Hau Empress, and the Tin Hau Temple has since been rooted here.
Tin Hau Temple has a history of about 400 years and is built on a hillside. There are no barrier-free facilities at all. It is recommended that wheelchair friends do not go alone.
Tin Hau Temple has a history of about 400 years. It is a pity that it is located on a hillside and wheelchair users cannot go to worship.
Address : End of Main Street, Tap Mun Market, Tap Mun Island
- The main entrance of the Tap Mun Tin Hau Temple is located at the end of the main street in the market. You must pass the Tin Hau Tower to enter the Tin Hau Temple. The Tin Hau Tower is equipped with several stone steps, which may be difficult for wheelchair users to enter.
- Most of the passages in Tin Hau Temple are narrower and more stone steps, making them totally unsuitable for wheelchair users
- There is no accessible toilet in Tin Hau Temple