Treasure Inn

Treasure Inn

HK poster
Traditional 財神客棧
Simplified 财神客栈
Mandarin Cái Shén Kè Zhàn
Cantonese Coi4 San4 Haak3 Zaan2
Directed by Wong Jing
Corey Yuen
Starring Nicholas Tse
Nick Cheung
Charlene Choi
Liu Yang
Tong Dawei
Huang Yi
Mega-Vision Pictures
Bona Film Group
Distributed by Distribution Workshop
Release dates
  • 23 June 2011 (2011-06-23)
Running time
97 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Treasure Inn is a 2011 Hong Kong wuxia comedy film directed by Wong Jing and Corey Yuen, starring Nicholas Tse, Nick Cheung, Charlene Choi, Liu Yang, Tong Dawei and Huang Yi.


Master Kung and Lo Pa are two police officers of White Horse City, who have high skills but are underused. An opportunity to prove themselves arises when a robbery takes place at the home of the city's richest man, Ho Pak Man, in which his whole family is killed and the family treasure, the "White Jade Goddess of Mercy," is stolen. Their chance for glory is cut short, however, when the "Police God" Tit Mo Ching is called in to investigate the case. He bars Kung and Lo Pa from further participation in the investigation because of their low status.

Coincidentally, Master Kung and Lo Pa arrest a pair of twin sisters, Water Dragon Girl and Fire Dragon Girl, who always pretend to catch wanted criminals to get monetary rewards. The twin sisters know that the "White Jade Goddess of Mercy" would be brought to the "Treasure Inn" for an auction. Wanting to hit big, Master Kung and Lo Pa go to the "Treasure Inn" with the twin sisters to investigate the truth. During that time, Master Kung and Water Dragon Girl become lovers.



The film was released on 23 June 2011 in Hong Kong.


Critical reception

Loong Wai Ting of The Malay Mail gave the film a mediocre review, described the film as "by far one of his [Director Wong Jing] better films and one can't help but to feel entertained by the movie" but "there is certainly no treasure". AsiaOne gave Treasure Inn a rating of 3.5 stars out of 5.[1]

Box office

The Treasure Inn has been a box office success, grossing RMB81.4 million at the box office ($ 12.6 million) as of 12 July 2011.


  1. "Quick Takes: Treasure Inn". AsiaOne. Retrieved 18 July 2011.
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