Classified Immovable Properties

    MT008-Kuan Tai Temple and Tin Hau Temple



    Location: TAIPA

    Category: Monuments

    Designation: Mou Tai Temple

    Introduction: Cheok Ka Village (Taipa)

    The temple was constructed between 1662-1723. Couplets dating back to 1837 recall the temple’s history.


    Architectural characteristics:

    This fairly small temple has three chambers. The central chamber is the Hall of Kuan Tai (God of Loyalty and Bravery), to the right is the Temple of the Goddess Tin Hau (Goddess of Heaven) and a room for the temple keeper is on the left side. Although there are two different entrances for the Hall of Kuan Tai and the Temple of Tin Hau, there is an interconnecting corridor.



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