It seems that this is the first Chinese Buddhist temple in the Philippines and the main cultural center of the Chinese Filipino community. Free admission. There are several churches and a large meditation room. Quite classic architectural structure. At the entrance, we welcome the next Buddha Maitreya in the afterlife. Behind his church, you can see the Bodhisattva Skanda, the guardian of the teachings. One (or two) rooms are dedicated to Guanshiyin Bodhisattva, which is of course the most popular. On the second floor, three large meditating Buddhas sit on a large altar. There is no doubt that Sakyamuni (historical Buddha), Amitabha (Western Pure Land Buddha) and Bhaishajyaguru (medicine Buddha). In this room, you can see beautiful bas-reliefs telling the story of the historic Buddha. Calm and Zen atmosphere.
Hang Seng Guan Temple is located in Manila's Buddhism building area. It is recognized as one of the largest and most beautiful temples in Manila. Hengshengguan Temple is also known as the "Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas" because it enshrines many Buddha statues. There is a golden stupa on the top of the temple. Although the Buddhist temple is not big from the outside, you will find a cave inside when you walk in.
After visiting this temple, I really feel it. I feel the people's pursuit of Buddha nature in Southeast Asia.
One of the biggest temples in Manila, it feels really great, I really like it very much, and it’s really great.
The largest and most beautiful temple in Manila, there are many Buddha statues in the temple.