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Yeung Hau Temple at Tai OYeung Hau Temple is one of the oldest temples in Tai O. The temple was probably built in 1699 or earlier with reference to the oldest relic at the temple, an iron bell cast in the 38th year of Kangxi reign (1699) of the Qing dynasty dedicated to the deity of Hau Wong.
Opening HoursPlease refer to the website of Chinese Temples Committee for the opening hours of Yeung Hau Temple, Tai O:
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