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Lei Yue Mun

Lei Yue Mun

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Lei Yue Mun has over 150 years of history.  It is an important gateway for entrance to the Victoria Harbor.  Lei Yue Mun Light house and the Tin Hau Temple are two distinguish features of Lei Yue Mun, which is also renowned for being the top choice to enjoy seafood.  Visitors are attracted by seafood everywhere, for such a small area with thirty odd seafood restaurants.

(Last updated: 18/5/2013)

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Yau Tong Station


Exit B2 (Same Level)

Exit B1 (Ramp)

Exit B2 (Public Lift)

Exit A1 (External Lift)

Accessible Toilets in Staff Area

Lei Yue Mun Seafood Street

After taking the lift at Exit B2 of MTR Yau Tong Station to the ground level, go along Cha Kwo Ling Road until reaching Shung Shun Street, then turn into Lei Yue Mun Path where Lei Yue Mun Municipal Services Building could be seen, inside which is a disabled washroom. Going along Lei Yue Mun Praya Road will arrive atSeafood Street. In the street are various large and small restaurants each with different renovations.


Short comment:  Most restaurants in the Seafood Street are having a small platform at the entrance, while those road surfaces are quite slippery and narrow which wheelchair users should pay attention.  

Tin Hau Temple

Going along Seafood Street will reach Lei Yue Mun Waterfront Promenade and Sam Ka Tsuen, where visitors can enjoy the view across Victoria Harbor and experience the passion of a fishing village, while there is disabled washroom located at the Promenade.  At the end of Sam Ka Tsuen is the Tin Hau Temple which has been classified as Grade 2 historical building in Hong Kong.  The Temple built in the 18th year of Emperor Gan Long of Qing Dynasty (1753A.D.) was said to be built by a pirate Zheng Lian Chang who was the late generations of Zheng Cheng Gong.  TheTemple has been under renovation in 1953 and 1986 respectively.  Outside the temple are many big stones of various shapes with inscriptions made at different years of generations.


Short Comment:  There is flight of steps at the entrance of Tin Hau Temple where wheelchair users cannot enter. 

Tin Hau Temple Opening Hour

Tin Hau Temple opening hour from 9:00am to 5:00pm


On the way from MTR Yau Tong Station going along Cha Kwo Ling Road towards Lei Yue Mun are a number of car maintenance garages where many vehicles frequently enter and exit, while road surface might be obstructed which wheelchair users should pay attention.  

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