It is a place with Chinese architecture, and it is very similar to those seen in some cities in the south. If the workmanship is extremely exquisite, and the Chinese here are also very religious, and the incense is very strong.
Singaporean Chinese are one of the main ethnic groups in Singapore, and among the Chinese are mainly Chaoshan and Southern Fujianese. Therefore, in places where Chinese people gather, many buildings here have very deep colors of Southern Fujian and Chaoshan areas.
The Chen’s Ancestral Hall, also known as the "Bao Chi Palace", is a Chinese-style temple located in Singapore. It is located in the central business district of Singapore. It was built between 1876 and 1878. It was the ancestral temple and hall of the Chen clan, because the Chinese believed People with the same surname all have the same ancestry. The Chen's Ancestral Hall was listed as a national monument in Singapore in 1974. It is a community center for people surnamed Chen in Singapore. It is known for its excellent Feng Shui.
The scenery in this area is very beautiful, especially at night
The traditional red exteriors first attracted our attention. There are various shrines and beautiful Chinese buildings, which have a history of 140 years and are well maintained. Taoists will also pour tea and water for tourists, so You can donate a little. Yes, this is not a Buddhist temple, but a Taoist temple.