"...four pavilions are dedicated to A-Ma and contain some fine statues of the goddess together with a model of a junk with cannons, brass vessels and chapels to Buddhist and Taoist gods. The top shrine honours Kun Iam. This temple is distinguished by beautiful tiled roofs and spectacular views from the upper gardens.
Nowadays, it is crowded with people on special dates. People come here to worship the goddess, rain or shine.
Opposite to the temple ..."
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