Tsz Shan Monastery was built by Mr. Li Ka-shing. Mr. Li has been nurtured by his ancestors since he was a child, and he has a deep connection with Buddhism. In 1980, the foundation was established to inject one-third of all its assets, to build medical schools, to relieve poverty, and to use the foundation as its "third son" to advocate a new culture of dedication. Mr. Li’s arduous journey of starting a family and starting a business in his early years enabled him to focus on promoting some projects that can truly make the world a better place, and the general public.
Mr. Li strives to do the career of joining the WTO with the spirit of being born into the world. In view of the ever-changing world and the heavy pressure of the people’s spirit and life, they moved to build Tzu Shan Temple and open up the quiet Taoist temple to promote the righteousness, purify people's hearts, promote Buddhist education, facilitate the public to learn and build wis
There are multiple barrier-free facilities, including entrances and exits, passages, nursery rooms, automatic doors, lifts and accessible toilets, etc. The design fully considers the needs of wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility, and most uneven places are equipped with ramps , And the ramp is relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
Although the transportation to Tsz Shan Monastery is relatively long, as long as you enter the temple, the place is wide and very quiet. There are many staff and volunteers in the temple, and you can ask for assistance when you need it.
- The main entrance of Tsz Shan Temple is located on Pumen Road, Tai Po. The entrance is flat and wide, which is suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
- Most areas of Tsz Shan Monastery are designed with wide passages, which are generally suitable for wheelchair users
- Some halls have barriers to barriers, wheelchair users should pay attention
- There is a lift for visitors from the ground visitor center to the monastery located on the upper floor
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps. The ramps are relatively flat and wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- Tsz Shan Temple has an accessible toilet located in the visitor area of the monastery lobby
- Tsz Shan Temple has a nursery room