Built in 1847, the temple is dedicated to the gods, Man (Literature) and Mo (Martial Arts). The temple is notable for its many fine, well-polished brass and pewter incense burners.
Victoria Peak (By Tram)
Take the World's steepest funicular railway up the peak. The views of the harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula from this 428 meters vantage point are simply breathtaking and should not be missed.
Aberdeen Fishing Village
Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is an old traditional fishing village which is hard to find in any other parts of the World. You may gain a deeper insight of the lifestyle of Hong Kong fishing folks by riding on a sampan (at your own expenses). Moving on, a value-added prestigious jewellery factory visit is arranged where you can find the famous hand-crafted fine jewellery.
Drive through the most-visited beach on the southern part of HK is Repulse Bay, it is a popular summer escape for swimmers.
Stanley market is a Shoppers' Paradise where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artwork and accessories.