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Not my favorite temple in southeast Asia because of all the fortunetellers, but the architecture was interesting and unique. Seems like the best temple to visit on Macau if you want to incorporate that into your trip.
It was crazy to think how old this place was as we walked around. I loved how organically it was built into the rock wall face behind it. There was a drum ceremony while we were there. The nice thing was that it wasn’t very...More
Macau was known when a portuguese sailor asks the local who surely know nothing other than Chinese. Some people said the word Macau is named the port is next to Ma Kok temple, MaCau = MaKok , another suspect source is the Macau is referring...More
Very cool architecturally and lots of interesting nooks and crannies to explore, although you'd be hard pressed to spend more than 20-30 minutes here, even with a guide explaining things to you (as we had). Very strong incense smell as there are lots of places...More
In the 1500's a Portuguese explorers found themselves off the China coast and asked local fishermen where they were. The response was Ah Mah Gao.the bay of the goddess Ah Mah. By Christian standards this lady goddess could be likened to the Virgin Mary. That's...More
They say the smokier the Temple, the holier it is - the smoke from the incense at this Temple was on another scale. The large coils of incense burn for one week. This Temple honours the seafarers. Worth visiting. The history of this Temple is...More
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That right , it's a medium size flat base pan which contains water when the visitor rubs its handles with wet hands then if luck is on your side then the water in the pan resonates/ vibrates with some droplets start bouncing... More
That right , it's a medium size flat base pan which contains water when the visitor rubs its handles with wet hands then if luck is on your side then the water in the pan resonates/ vibrates with some droplets start bouncing , it would happen with very few people.