Wong Tai Sin Temple | 黄大仙祠 | Fangcun | Liwan District | 广州市芳村寺庙
Guangzhou Wong Tai Sin Temple was built in 1899. It locates at Guci Road, Fangcun, Liwan District, Guangzhou City. Hong Kong’s Wong Tai Sin Temple, Taoists dedicated to Huangdaxian (Wong Tai Sin in Cantonese), is originally from here. The Temple is divided into the main hall, side halls, and the nunnery at the back.
After entering the main entrance of Wong Tai Sin Temple, you can see the main hall of Wong Tai Sin in front of the center. In addition, there are temples dedicated to gods such as Guan Gong and Guanyin.
Behind the main hall are various spiritual places, and beyond are toilets, ponds, cremation furnaces, and auxiliary shops. There is only one stone carving on the door head of the original building, one ashlar column couplet, one round stone column, and four residual columns.
Wong Tai Sin Temple covers an area of more than 18,000 square meters and is rectangular in shape. There is a south gate and an east gate for visitors to enter and exit.
Wong Tai Sin Temple is a tourist temple landscape integrating traditional customs, culture, art and tourism.
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Beautiful view from Victoria Peak in Hong Kong