Category:Tai Wong Temple, Cheung Shing Street
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Tai Wong Temple (大王古廟) is a Grade I Historic Building, in Cheung Shing Street. Probably built between 1662-1722, it is the main temple of Nam Pin Wai as well as Yuen Long Kau Hui. It was built for the worship of Hung Shing and Yeung Hau. Other than for worship, the temple was a venue for solving disputes and discussing market affairs among the villagers. It also once served as a yamen and the officials lived there.