Named after the nearby Sam Shing Temple, Sam Shing Hui at the coast of Castle Peak Bay is one of the few fishing villages in Hong Kong that still preserves the ambience of a fishing harbour. Lots of visitors are attracted to Sam Shing Seafood Market there to treat themselves to catches from the sea.
Sam Shing Temple at Ki Lun Kong adjoining Sam Shing Estate is so named because it is dedicated to Confucius, Sakyamuni Buddha and Yuen Mun Gao Tai Sheung To Cho. Erected in 1921, the Temple was rated Grade 2 historic building in 2009. There is a boulder perched on the side of Ki Lun Kong Public Park next to the Temple. According to the inscription on the plaque, the boulder marks the original shoreline of Tuen Mun before reclamation.
To plan your journey to Sam Shing Hui, visit the "HKeMobility" website (https://www.hkemobility.gov.hk) or mobile application developed by the Transport Department, insert your starting point and "Sam Shing Temple" or "Sam Shing Hui" as the destination to search for routes of different transportation mode. Alternatively, you may click the relevant location pin in the Google Map below and then click the “Journey” button.
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