Shang Sin Chun Tong is Taoist temple located in 7-8 Rutland Quadrant, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong. Built in 1952 by 14 founders from Dong Guan, the temple is the biggest of its kind in the Kowloon City District of Hong Kong.
The temple is comprised of various halls and altars dedicated to different deities and sacred purposes, including the "Sam Tsing Zing Hall", "Men Su Dai Hall", "Kwun Yam Hall" and "Dau Mou Hall". Each hall houses the statues of the revered Taoist gods. In the main hall, several deities have been enshrined for the purpose of worship.
In 1990, the temple was expanded to the adjacent property to build additional halls. The renovation also included the creation of traditional gardens. The gardens of Shang Sin Chun Tong, which includes waterfalls and koi ponds, are ideal for strolling and meditation.
There are also soothsayers stationed in the temple so that worshippers can seek the gods' free advice about their families' safety, their future and their prospects in love and marriage.
To get to Shang Sin Chun Tong, take the following public transports: MTR (Kowloon Tong Station Exit B2), Buses, Mini-buses or Taxi.