Zhenhai Tower Gardens - Garden with Many Deities

This place is famous for the elaborate statues of Chinese mythology deities and creatures.
Many colorful statues, such as dragon, fish, rams and other Chinese deities, can be found in this place.

According to local folklore, most of the statues here are believed to bring a positive change in life.
But based on the different nature of the deities, visitors may need to take different action in order to pray for good luck and marvel.

For example, throwing a coin into the mouth of the Fish God will bring good fortune.
Crossing the Longevity Bridge is supposed to add three days to our life.

In this place, there are two massive statues of deities.
They are the Goddess of Mercy Kwun Yum and the Goddess of the Sea Tin Hau.
At the past, fishermen enshrined these gods and prayed for full nets and calm seas before leaving for fish catching.

This place is hard to find as there are no signposts, but there is an easy way which can reach this place.
Just walk along the Repulse Bay Beach to the eastern end of the beach, you will see this colorful place.

To get to the Repulse Bay Beach, you can take the MTR to the Hong Kong MTR Station and leave at Exit D.
Then, take bus No.6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 at Exchange Square Bus Terminus and get off at Repulse Bay Beach Bus Stop.

Alternatively, you can take the MTR to the Causeway Bay MTR Station and leave at Exit F1.
Then, take Green Minibus No.40 at Jardine's Bazaar and get off at Repulse Bay Beach.

Location: Zhenhai Tower Gardens
Address: Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Credit: Cafeew Wong @ Hong Kong Footprint (HongKongFootprint.com)

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