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  1. www.plm.org.hk › eng › buddhaPo Lin Monastery

    In 1974, Po Lin Monastery was granted 6,567 square meters of land in Mount Muk Yue by the Government, at a nominal premium, for the building of the Buddha statue. In 1979, upon the opening up of China, the monks were invited for a visit to Mainland. They had the opportunity of seeing the statues of Longmen and Dunhuang for the first time.

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      In 1974, Po Lin Monastery was granted 6,567 square ...

  2. www.plm.org.hk › eng › homePo Lin Monastery

    Po Lin Monastery. Opening hours 9 am to 6 pm Vegetarian Kitchen 11:30 am to 4:30 pm.

  3. www.plm.org.hk › eng › renovationPo Lin Monastery

    Renovation of Big Buddha. Sitting atop Mount Muk Yue, the statue of Tian Tan Giant Buddha (the Big Buddha) has been a symbolic presence of Hong Kong since 1989 and has walked together with the people of Hong Kong for thirty years. The time has come for major repairs and maintenance. The Big Buddha is cast in bronze and has been continuously exposed ...

  4. The Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery are a major draw for Buddhist pilgrims. And these majestic religious monuments, set against beautiful mountain and coastal scenery, are just as popular with a wide range of visitors in Hong Kong. *** The staircase leading to the Big Buddha is temporarily closed for improvement. Meanwhile, renovation and ...

  5. www.plm.org.hk › eng › visitorsPo Lin Monastery

    Big Buddha Monday to Sunday (including public holidays) 10 am to 5:30 pm Po Lin Monastery Monday to Sunday (including public holidays) 9 am to 6 pm Vegetarian Kitchen Monday to Sunday (including public holidays) 11:30 am to 4:30 pm

    • Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping, Lantau Island
    • (852) 2985 5600
    • info@plm.org.hk
    • (852) 2985 5248
  6. Po Lin Monastery and the Buddha are open to the public between 10:00 and 17:30. Access to the outside of the Buddha is free of charge, but there is an admission fee to go inside the Buddha. Visitors can reach the site by bus or taxi, travelling first to Mui Wo (also known as "Silvermine Bay") via ferry from the Outlying Islands piers in Central (pier No. 6) or to Tung Chung station via the MTR ...

  7. 6/11/2022 · The Po Lin Monastery is set amid spectacular mountain scenery on the 520-metre high Ngong Ping plateau. Besides admiring the massive statue there is also much to see and do at the monastery itself with its various figures of gods and other colourful manifestations of aspects of the Buddhist religion.