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Sam's Exotic Travels to Fanling

Fanling and Sheung Shui are the last two stops on Hong Kong's KCR line before you reach the border with China. The two towns are more or less continuous and consist of a number of villages joined together by newer housing developments.

Fung Ying Sin Temple, Fanling, New Territories, Hong Kong  Monks at worship, Fung Ying Sin Temple, Fanling Close up of figurine, Fung Ying Sin Temple, Fanling

Fung Ying Sin Koon Temple - Fung Ying Sin Koon temple was established in Hong Kong by a Taoist monk from Guangzhou in 1929, to worship Lao Tzu, Lu Dongbin and Yau Cheong Chun. In the early days of the temple, the Koon was devoted to meditation. It was registered as a non-profit religious association in 1950 and is now one of the largest Taoist temples in Hong Kong.

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