Places of worship in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong counts approximately 600 temples, shrines and monasteries. While Buddhism and Christianity are the most widely practiced religions, most religions are represented in the Special Administrative Region.

Buddhist temples and monasteries[edit]

Taoist temples and monasteries[edit]

Wong Tai Sin Temple

Joss houses[edit]

Tin Hau temples[edit]

Over 100 temples are dedicated, at least partially to Tin Hau. They include:

Others[edit]

Christian churches[edit]

Interior of St John's Cathedral
Lifehouse International Church Hong Kong, a Hillsong family church
For Catholic Church, See also List of Catholic Churches in Hong Kong
For Anglican Church, See also List of Anglican Churches in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island[edit]

Central and Western District[edit]

Eastern District[edit]

Wan Chai District[edit]

Kowloon and New Kowloon[edit]

New Territories[edit]

Sha Tin[edit]

Tsing Yi Island[edit]

Christian monasteries[edit]

Sikh temple[edit]

Synagogues[edit]

Mosques[edit]

Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre along Nathan Road.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints[edit]

Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - photo from June 1997

See also[edit]

References[edit]