Tsz Shan Monastery

Tsz Shan Monastery

It’s a very good family trip to visit the great, unseen attraction, a paradise on Hong Kong Island, TSZ SHAN MONASTERY with worship the outdoor Kuan Yin statue, the second-highest in the world. With a height of 76 meters, it can be seen from a distance to a high hill surrounded by beautiful nature. The blue color from the sea and the green color from the forest are very peaceful, beautiful, admirable and faith like the Guan Yin descending the compassion to the human world

TSZSHANMONASTERY was completed with a budget of over HK $ 193 million and officially opened for visitors in 2015, is a fair for religious practice and religious ceremonies. The hall on the ground floor is a dining hall. This monastery has beautiful architecture. The main monastery is used as a place for enshrining 3 large Buddha statues.

Since this temple limits the number of visitors about 400 visitors each day, it is advisable to plan reservations 1 month in advance by phone or website

How to make reservations Tsz Shan Monastery
  1. Enter the site https://booking.tszshan.org/
  2. Select the number of visitors
  3. Fill out the information in detail according to the steps
  4. The temple will send booking confirmation via email
  5. Print or show booking confirmation via mobile phone at the entrance of the temple

Note: Please go on the specified date and time of booking

How to go Tsz Shan Monastery
  • Take MRT (East Rail Line) to get off at Taipo Market Station. If you’re not comfortable to walk up the hill, it’d be better to take a Taxi by walking out Exit B (costs about HK $ 60-80)
  • On the other way, you can take the Bus 20B by walking out Exit A3, get off at Tung Tsz, notice the Universal Gate Road sign then walk up the hill about 10 minutes (cost about HK $ 7.3)
  • Visitors should be properly dressed. If you wear a short skirt, temple staff will prepare a long skirt for you
  • In the center of the Kuan Yin’s courtyard, there will be a sacred water basin or ‘Thousands of Wishes Pond’. * Recommendation: tuck water beside the hall, make a wish with meditation, and then pour water into the pond. Your wish will come true