Haven’t been here for some time. There’re many groups of Chinese visitors. There’re much more buildings nearby so that I couldn’t look far away even after I climbed the hill at the back of the temple.
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I spent about 30 minutes wondering up and around the temple site, but without any info signs or guides, it wasn't an experience I'd write home to mum about.
The temple, may not be so much as a tourist attraction, but more so a working religious center. During our visit many people came there for religious reasons, and at times we (being their as tourists) felt that our presence is not quite appropriate. Temple...More
the place is really beautiful overlooking the see across the Macau Tower at the next of Macau Maritime Museum and a walking trip to other tourist object
Attended the temple which is a bit of a walk from Macau (the walk along the water front is very nice though) & it is very popular with the Asian tourists to Macau (a number if bus loads attended whilst I was there). The Temple...More
This is one of the oldest temple and a nice place to visit if you have a guide who can explain the history. There is a strong smell of incense as people do come here to worship and it is not just a tourist sight....More
Located in the port area of Macau the temple is the oldest still surviving and is UNESCO listed. Built on a small hill with relatively easy access to walk to the top. There is a great pastry shop in the lane to the left of...More