Tam Kung Temple, Shau Kei Wan at Tam Kung Temple Road was built in the 31st year of the Guangxu reign (1905) of the Qing Dynasty. The Temple is one of the oldest Tam Kung Temples in Hong Kong.
According to legend, Tam Kung possessed the power to make accurate weather forecast and cure patients at the age of 13 and became a popular deity. On the 8th day of the 4th lunar month, many worshippers visit the Temple in celebration of Tam Kung Festival
The layout of the Temple is a typical 2-hall vernacular building. The main hall houses Tam Kung. An old temple bell and an altar that date back to the Qing Dynasty are kept in the Temple. Tam Kung Temple, Shau Kei Wan was rated Grade 3 historic building in 2013.
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