Hong Kongers follow a diverse set of religions that reflect the multicultural nature of the city. These articles provide insight on places of worship for the different faiths practiced by Hong Kong residents.
The Hong Kong people follow many faiths – Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism and Judaism. Aside from offering spiritual guidance, most major religious bodies also manage schools and administer health care and welfare to the general community. The traditional Chinese religions of Buddhism and Taoism have the largest, albeit “secular”, followings. Many of the more than 600 temples are dedicated to deities from these faiths. They range in size from small