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Templo de Sam Kai Vui Kun

Templo de Sam Kai Vui Kun Review

Built in 1750, this temple is dedicated to Kuan Tai, the bearded, fierce-looking god of war and wealth in Chinese mythology. Statues of him and his two sons sit on an altar. A steady stream of people comes to pray and ask for support before they go wage battle in the casinos. May and June see festivals honoring Kuan Tai throughout Macau.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Rua Sui do Mercado de São Domingos, Downtown, Macau
  • Hours: Daily 8–6
  • Location: Downtown Macau
Updated: 01-20-2013

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