Hip Tin Temple
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|Ma Wan Tsuen (馬環村), Lei Yue Mun (Kowloon)
|The Hip Tin Temple is adjacent to the Tin Hau Temple and was added after 1953.||Picture: Tin Hau Temple (left) and Hip Tin Temple (right) in Lei Yue Mun.|
|Shing Mun San Tsuen (錦田城門新村), Kam Tin, Yuen Long
|Hip Tin Temple was relocated from Shing Mun Valley in the 1920s due to the construction of the Shing Mun Reservoir and the resulting resettlement of Shing Mun San Tsuen. The temple is owned by the Cheng clan. It was probably built around 1920.||No grade|||
|Po Sam Pai (布心排), Plover Cove, Tai Po
|The temple was renovated in 1889 and 1905.||Grade III|
|Ting Kok Road, Tai Po Kau Hui, Tai Po
|The Tin Hau Temple in Tai Po Kau Hui was built before 1691. On the left of the Tin Hau Temple is a Hip Tin Temple. On its right is a Tam Sin Temple where Tam Sin is revered.||Grade III|
|No. 53 Cheung Shue Tan Tsuen (樟樹灘), Tai Po District
|Its year of construction unknown. The temple was renovated in 1898.||Grade II.|
|Shuen Wan area of Plover Cove, next to Kei Shan Kok between Wai Ha and Ha Tei Ha, Tai Po District.
|One of the three temples of the Sam Kung Temples complex (三宮廟). The other ones are a Tin Hau Temple and a Temple of Confucius. The Sam Kung Temples complex had been destroyed by a typhoon in 1936 and was reconstructed in 2009.||No grade|| |
|Po Tung Road (普通道), Sai Kung
|The Tin Hau Temple and Hip Tin Temple on Po Tung Road is listed as a Grade III historic building. The two temples are believed to have been rebuilt in the 1910s to 1920s.||Grade II|| 
Picture: Tin Hau Temple (left) and Hip Tin Temple (right) in Sai Kung.
|No. 2 Lai Chi Wo, Sha Tau Kok
|The Hip Tin Temple and Hok Shan Monastery are located on the square of Lai Chi Wo Village. Built in the Qing Dynasty, they have a history of more than two hundred years. The two structures are connected. They were jointly built by the seven villages in Sha Tau Kok, Hing Chun Yuek for drawing good fortune and expelling the evils. Hip Tin Temple is for Guan Di in which there is a statue of Guan Di while Hok Shan Monastery is for Guan Yin.||Grade III|||
|Just opposite the Sha Tau Kok Control Point, Shan Tsui Tsuen (山咀), Sha Tau Kok
|Completed in 1895. It also has been used as a school.||Grade I|
|Kuk Po, Luk Keng, Sha Tau Kok
|Kai Choi School and Hip Tin Temple, Kuk Po.||Grade III|
|Nam Chung Cheng Uk, Sha Tau Kok
|Yim Tso Ha (鹽灶下), Sha Tau Kok
|Wu Shek Kok (烏石角), Sha Tau Kok
|Hip Tin Temple, adjacent to a Tin Hau Temple||
Picture: Tin Hau Temple (centre) and Hip Tin Temple (right) in Wu Shek Kok.
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings. Item #1268
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings. Item #969
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings, p.1046
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings, p.1043
- The Tai Po Book, p.40 Archived 2011-06-09 at the Wayback Machine.
- List of Graded Historic Buildings in Hong Kong (as at 6 November 2009) Archived 9 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
- Wong Wing Ho, "Towards Urbanisation: Shuen Wan and Plover Cove Reservoir", Tai Po Book p. 239
- "船灣三宮廟修復重光", The Sun, 7 December 2009 (Chinese)
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings, p.350
- Eco Association (Hip Tin Temple and Hok Shan Monastery) (Chinese)
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings, p.310
- Introduction to 1444 Historic Buildings. Item #1105
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