Post number seven in the Hong Kong series.
Back at Fung Ying Seen Koon.
While most people associate the Hong Kong skyline with glittering monuments to international finance, in Fanling it’s an entirely different type of structure that dominates the horizon. From its commanding hillside location, one of the city’s most important Taoist temples immediately catches the eye with its massive orange-tiled double roof, built in traditional Chinese design and supported by stout red pillars of stone.
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