The Man Mo temple is located in the most western part of Hong Kong Island, was built by a group of Taoist monks in 1848 and has undergone extensive refurbishment half a century later.
It is the oldest and largest religious complex in Hong Kong, although its dimensions are smaller than the temples that are found in other Chinese cities. The complex is dedicated to two gods, Man Cheong and Mo Tai. The first one is the God of literature and the second one is the God of war. This small temple is filled with smoke of incense, with an intimate atmosphere and engaging. It is a must-see, not to be missed.