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Fung Ying Seen Koon, Hong Kong

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Fung Ying Seen Koon (Chinese: 蓬瀛仙館; Jyutping: fung4 jing4 sin1 gun2) was founded in 1929 as an affiliate of the Quanzhen Longmen Sect (全真龍門派) of Daoism. FYSK is a superb example of Daoist design and craftsmanship. It was named after the two fairy islands of Fung Lai and Ying Chau of the Bohai Sea. It Dominates the skyline from its commanding site on a hillside overlooking the New Territories town of Fanling in Hong Kong. Its massive orange-tiled double roof, built to traditional design and supported by stout red pillars of stone, catches the eyes immediately, inviting the visitor to step up to its entrance and inspect the many examples of artistic craftsmanship to be found within its grounds.
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  • Most people come to Fanling for this Taoist temple. Right next ot the MTR station, it is a major religious institution in Hong Kong and attracts many worshipers. The buildings are grand and...  more »
  • Fung Ying Seen Koon is an important Taoist temple in Hong Kong. it is famous for it's ancestral halls and strolling through them looking at the photos - old and new of the deceased - is interesting...  more »
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  • Very beautiful Tao temple with a full service vegetarian restaurant. Right outside the Fanling Station, Exit B. Recommended!
  • Out in the New Territories but nice to visit. Multi storey temple with cafe serving delicious vegetarian food.

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