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It is the oldest temple of Macau popular among the locals. It is also called Pou chai Temple, Puji Temple. The bus stop just outside the temple will help for public transportation. There are 2 temples behind the bus stop – one is very small...More
I took a bus number 17 and the temple was just there. I thought it might be crowded like A-Ma Temple but surprisingly, it was not. It was more peaceful and I could enjoy its serene ambience rather than A-Ma Temple. After this, you could...More
Kun Iam Temple is the first stop on the Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) sponsored 'An Experiment of Creativity' self-walking tour, which covers a handful of attractions around the St. Lazarus District on the Macau Peninsula.
This temple dates back to the 13th century and...More
There are three main halls -- Hall of Sakyamuni, Hall of the Buddha of Longevity, and Kun Iam Hall. We were told that one of the 18 Lohans flanking the Goddess of Mercy (Kun Iam) was carved in the likeness of Marco Polo who studied...More
Kun Iam Temple dates back to the 13th century and is one of the three famous temples in Macau. The present temple building was constructed in 1627 and is the traditional Qing Dynasty architecture. In addition to the traditional temple facade, nicely decorated halls and...More
At my time of visit, I think we were the only tourists there, prob cuz it's further out than the other attractions. The rest were devotees armed with incense stick & joss paper making their prayers. The temple is beautiful, if a bit worn, with...More
This temple is a little out of the centre and worth a visit. It is dark, but spacious and has some nice statues. The temple is pretty well kept and has a fresh atmosphere due to the open courtyard in the middle. If you are...More