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Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery at Castle Peak Road - Lam Tei was first constructed in 1960. At the main entrance of Ten Thousand Buddhas Hall completed in 1980 is a pair of giant dazzling lifelike gold dragons clinging to the 3-storey red-brick columns. The interior walls along the staircase to the 2nd floor of the Hall are adorned with Buddha reliefs.

Completed in 2010, Miu Fat Buddhist Monastery main complex adjoining Ten Thousand Buddhas Hall comprises a Fat Din (Buddhist shrine), a community hall, a library and cultural/welfare facilities. The architectural design of the complex is derived from the idea of Mount Sumeru. The top floor is Tai Hung Po Din which design resembles a gigantic crystal lotus blossom and a monk hat. At the lookout of the shrine, visitors can enjoy the splendid views of the rural landscape of Tuen Mun.


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