The carved columns are worth stopping and admiring. Also, the paintings on the outside were worth stopping to admire. If on Jonker Street, definitely take a peek.
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We combined a temple run on the day that we went to Jonker Street. Which was amazing, especially because we went early and arrived before it got too hot. The small space is very decorative with impressive doors - with eulogy of the clan and...More
Another fine example of Chinese architecture, another good temple to visit, worth getting to. Lovely typical altars and statues.
The temple is lovely with an impressive entrance and lovely altars behind the walls. Go early in the morning before it gets too hot or the throngs of tourists descend.
This small temple in Jonker Street is a restored historical clan house. A pair of dragon relief pillars stand at the front of the temple. The front is well decorated with tiger and dragon murals and pillars being scaled by dragons. Inside the temple is...More
This is a small Chinese temple on Jonker Street. The entrance is nice and elaborate and since it is on Jonker Street it will take only a few minutes to visit. On the day we went there it was crowded because of Chinese new year....More
Done in 5 mins. It was alright. Nothing impressive. Just another sight along Jonker Street. It's small and I guess steeped in history.
As you start walking down Jonker St this is the first temple you come to. The entrance is elaborate but the interior is very plain. Light snacks are sold at the entrance. There is a small shrine inside.
Just went in to have a glance as I am from Hokkien origin. Just left the 1 deity at the altar. Inside there is nothing to see, really. I think they just want everyone to see their main entrance which is still nice with carved...More
During your visit to the Jonker Street area there is a small temple, called the Hokkien Huay Kuan Temple that you can visit. The interior of the temple offers little to see but the entrance area is well worth a quick stop. The entrance is...More