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Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple

4.1/5
22 Reviews
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Closed Open from 8:00am-4:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: 30-B Phillip Street Wan Hai Cheng Bio Temple, Singapore 048696, Singapore
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Phone: +65-65366851

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The Qing Temple of the Bohai Sea. Wak Hai Cheng Bio, one of the oldest Taoist temples in Singapore, was officially rebuilt in 1826 as a double temple, feudalized by Mazu and Xuantian God, the oldest Mazu and Xuantian God temple in Singapore. After nearly 200 years of glory, the Qingmiao of Bohai Sea became a protected national monument in Singapore in 1996, and after extensive restoration, won the United Nations Award for Cultural Assets Preservation in Asia-Pacific in 2014.

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  • Oldjack
    Oldjack
    Noosa Heads
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    Temple Of The Calm Sea

    This temple is one of the oldest Taoist Temples in Singapore and started life as a thatched wooden shrine on the waterfront where sailors, gave thanks for reaching Singapore safely which sailors might...

    Reviewed on /Date(1552926934000+0800)/
  • ET3121
    ET3121
    Greater Melbourne, Australia
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    sailors temple

    interesting historic temple. was founded as a place for sailors between china and singapore to pray. has many interesting features that will keep you amused for an hour or two

    Reviewed on /Date(1516976170000+0800)/
  • HansiZhai
    HansiZhai
    Singapore River, Singapore
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    Lovingly restored

    The fresh smell of lacquer lingers behind the incense. Beautifully restored by Chinese craftsmen. What is somewhat missing now is the old family of "priests" who performed the Duke Jupiter ritual ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1442500989000+0800)/
  • KGB777
    KGB777
    Melbourne
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    Small temple in the CBD

    This is a small temple located just a short walk from Raffles Place. Closes at 5pm but doesn't seem to get too buy on weekdays. It's worth a quick stop if you happen to be lunching in the vicinity: pr...

    Reviewed on /Date(1420762289000+0800)/
  • Wendell D
    Wendell D
    New York City, New York, USA
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    Dazzling restoration of early Chinese traders' landmark temple.

    Nestled among the soaring office towers of the CBD, this beautifully restored temple is an elegant testament to the early Chinese traders who helped found the city. Make sure to walk through the court...

    Reviewed on /Date(1420277694000+0800)/

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