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Lei Yue Mun is located at the southeastern corner of Kwun Tong. It is also the name of the channel at the eastern side of Hong Kong.

The 4 villages at Lei Yue Mun are all with a history of over a century. Villagers used to earn their living by farming, fishing and quarrying until the 1960s when they started to operate seafood restaurants. Since then, Lei Yue Mun has become a prominent seafood dining place. The Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazzar is a popular stop for food lovers with many seafood restaurants to choose from. Diners may buy seafood from the market stalls and bring it to the restaurants for preparation of the dishes according to their preferences.

Apart from savouring a lavish seafood feast, visitors may visit Lei Yue Mun Lighthouse, Lei Yue Mun Wishing Tree and Lei Yue Mun Tin Hau Temple along the promenade. Lei Yue Mun Lighthouse serves as a lighting and navigation guide for ships crossing Lei Yue Mun channel. It also rewards visitors with a stunning sea view. Lei Yue Mun Wishing Tree can be found beside Lei Yue Mun Rest Garden. It is said that your prayer will come true if you tie coloured ribbons or place a prayer card to the tree guard. Lei Yue Mun Tin Hau Temple in Ma Wan Tsuen was first built in the 18th year of the Qianlong reign (1753) of the Qing Dynasty and is still being enshrined by many worshippers. Under the boulders in front of the Temple are 2 antique cannons which are believed to have built for safeguarding Lei Yue Mun Channel. Lei Yue Mun Tin Hau Temple was rated Grade 3 historic building in 2010.

Transport

To plan your journey to Lei Yue Mun, visit the "HKeMobility" website (https://www.hkemobility.gov.hk) or mobile application developed by the Transport Department, and insert your starting point to search for routes of different transportation mode. Alternatively, you may click the “Journey” button in the Google Map below.

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