Over 70 temples are (at least partially) dedicated to Tin Hau in Hong Kong – and one of them stands in Stanley.
It was built in 1767 and said to be the oldest building in Hong Kong.
It has undergone a complete renovation since then, however, and is now a concrete pile (though the interior is traditional).
There were some nice statues to look at:
Also some tiger statues (not quite authentic, but still!):
Plus even a boat (junk):
Some great looking doors: