Hollywood Road, Man Mo Temple and Cat Street Galleries
Exit and turn right, walking west along Hollywood Road toward Ladder Street. At the corner you'll find the Man Mo Temple, which is more than 100 years old. This important Hong Kong place of worship is dedicated to Man ("civility"), the god of civil servants and literature who carries a calligraphy pen, and Mo ("military"), the god of war and martial arts who carries a sword.
Notice the giant, hanging spirals of incense and the sedan chairs used to parade Man and Mo on festival days. It's polite to keep quiet in the temple and to leave a small donation.
Continue down Hollywood to visit the Cat Street Galleries with tons of traditional items for sale (marble "chops" or stamps, old postcards, vases, etc.) or retrace your steps to the escalator.