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Tsz Shan Monastery Guided Tour with lunch

  • 27 May 2022
  • Tsz Shan Monastery, Tai Po
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  • Over-18 only.
  • Over-18 only

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Hosted by Hong Kong Greeter's experienced and professional tour guides, come with us on a specially arranged trip to the hard to access Tsz Shan Monastery.

Usually the Guan Yin statue can be seen from many miles away, it is of course most impressive if you see her up close. Let your guide take you on a close-up tour of this beautifully tranquil location, rumoured to be Li Ka Shing's final resting place. Followed by a traditional lunch across the Tolo Harbour at Sam Mun Tsai fishing village.


The Big Buddha ranks highly in all Hong Kong guidebooks. Rightly so, he is a splendid sight sitting atop his mountain welcoming thousands of visitors from all over the world. 

However, did you know that there is another equally fabulous statue further North? It’s at Tsz Shan Monastery in Hong Kong’s New Territories. Visit Guan Yin, her home is the grounds of the tranquil Tsz Shan Buddhist Monastery. This calm and peaceful Buddhist complex is backed by lush green mountainside.


  • Limited to 5 guests only
  • private transfers from Tai Po Market MTR station to and from Monastery
  • Guided tour of Tsz Shan Monastery
  • Traditional lunch in a fisherman's home in Sam Mun Tsai

Tour Details

Departure date: Friday 27th May 2022

Assemble time: 10:00am

Tour fee per person: $350 per person

1. The private transfers vehicle has a maximum capacity of 6 people

2. Hand sanitizer provided before boarding the vehicle

3. The vehicle will be cleaned and disinfected before receiving group members.

4. The tour guide will take the body temperature of all guests and have the right to refuse participation based on physical discomfort (such as fever, acute respiratory infection, or loss of taste or smell).

5. Those who travel with the tour must have valid Hong Kong ID

6. Each participant must provide full name, gender, contact number, date of birth, and the first four letters and numbers of Hong Kong ID card

7. All participants must qualify under the HKSAR vaccine pass, and confirm a negative RAT test has been taken on the day of the tour.



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