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Yuk Wong Kung Din, A Kung Ngam Shau Kei Wan

Yuk Wong Kung Din, A Kung Ngam Shau Kei Wan

The temple is located at A Kung Ngam and is also called Yuk Wong Bo Din (玉皇寶殿). At the beginning of the 19th century, people from Huizhou (惠州) and Chaozhou (潮州) mined stones in the hill for the development of the urban area. They set up a shrine to worship Yuk Wong. At the beginning of the 20th century, the shrine was developed into a small temple.

Yuk Wong Tai Tai - Jade Emperor (玉皇大帝)

Yuk Wong Tai Tai or the Jade Emperor is the in-charge of the Heaven. According to the Original Deeds of the Lofty Jade Emperor (高上玉皇本行集經), Jade Emperor is the son of the King of the Pure Blissful Kingdom of Lofty Heavenly Lights and Ornaments and of the Empress of Precious Moonlight. He was bright and clever when young, and kind and benevolent as a grown-up. He devoted the entire state treasury to the needy. In the Taoist world, Jade Emperor is the deity of the highest order.

Architectural Setting

Architectural Setting

Other Deities

Apart from the main deity of Yuk Wong Tai Tai, the temple also houses Kwun Yum (Goddess of Mercy) and Tin Hau (Goddess of the Sea).

Yuk Wong Tai Tai Festival

Yuk Wong Tai Tai Festival falls on the 9th day of the first lunar month.


This temple has undergone renovations in 1992 and 1996.

Renovations   Renovations




A Kung Ngam Village Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong.

Opening Hour:

8:00am to 5:00pm daily

Public Transport:

MTR-Shau Kei Wan Station Exit B2 - walk for 5 minutes along Tung Hei Road, turn right into A Kung Ngam Village Road and walk for 10 minutes




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