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Khalsa Diwan Sikh Temple
Sitting quietly between a busy road and a cemetery is Hong Kong's largest Sikh temple, a descendant of a small original built in 1901 by Sikh members of the British army. The temple in white with blue accents welcomes people of any faith, caste or colour to join in its services. Sunday prayer (9am to 1.30pm) sees some 1000 believers and nonbelievers in worship; there's fewer at the daily prayers, 6am to 8.30am and 6.30pm to 8pm.
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