Founded in the 19th century, both the monastery and temples have since been extended and enriched by devotees. There are new pavilions with soaring yellow-tile roofs and an elegant statue of Kun Iam on a marble-columned terrace.
This is possibly the richest temple in Macau.
Buddhist monks started the temple in the 1800s.
The original prayer hall is home to images of the Three Precious Buddhas.
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