The Kwun Yum Temple is the most famous among the great number of shrines in the territory. It was built in 1873. In 1909, a road was constructed to connect Hung Hom with Tsim Sha Tsui and Kowloon City. When workers were digging in the hilly areas, red water spouted from the ground. It was rumoured that the vein of the dragon that inhabited in that area had been ruptured as a result of the work towards the southeast end of Repulse Bay shoreline is a bright holy place devoted to Kwun Yam, the goddess of leniency. In the encompassing territory, you'll discover a gathering of divinities and figures – goldfish, slams, the cash god, and statues of Tin Hau –communicated in transcendently flashy toon kitsch. The greater part of the statues were dispatched by nearby identities and agents in the 1970s. In front of the place of worship to one side as you face the ocean is Longevity Bridge; crossing it should add three days to your life.