Che Kung Temple

Che Kung Miu, also called Che Kung Temple, are temples dedicated to Che Kung, who was a general during the Southern Song Dynasty in ancient China. He is believed by some worshipers to have been involved in the attempt to keep the Song state alive by bringing Prince Ping and his brother to the South.

Notable Places in the Area

is a museum of history, art and culture in , , located beside the . is situated 490 metres northeast of Che Kung Temple. Photo: Wing1990hk, CC BY 3.0.

is situated 330 metres north of Che Kung Temple. Photo: Chong Fat, Public domain.

Metro station
Che Kung Temple is a station on 's Tuen Ma line. is situated 370 metres northeast of Che Kung Temple. Photo: Qwer132477, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Metro station
Tai Wai is an interchange station on the East Rail Line and the Tuen Ma Line of the Mass Transit Railway system in . is situated 460 metres west of Che Kung Temple. Photo: Qwer132477, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Village or Tsuen, sometimes transliterated as Tin Sum, is a village in , , .

Kak Tin is a village in the area of , .

, also known as Shan Ha Wai, is a Hakka walled village in , and one of the best preserved. Photo: CPJoseph, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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