Dong Yue Miao

Dong Yue Miao, Singapore

Dong Yue Miao
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A national monument, first built in 1908, it was gazetted as such in June 2014. It is Singapore's only Daoist temple dedicated to the East Peak Emperor. Architecturally, it borrows heavily from Fujian and Chaozhou styles, with courtyards and annexes.
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KGB777
Singapore, Singapore41,727 contributions
Sep 2017 • Solo
This is a small temple located adjacent to the Church of St Teresa. There's probably no real reason to come here just to see it, but if you're already visiting the church then it's not much of a detour to also visit this temple. A quick visit is sufficient. The temple is also known by the name Tang Gah Beo (and this is the way it is displayed on Google Maps).
Written September 16, 2017
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HansiZhai
Singapore River, Singapore1,101 contributions
Mar 2016 • Solo
Dedicated to the East Peak Emperor, this is a national monument. Lovely mix of Hokkien and Teochew architecture. Courtyards galore.
Written March 12, 2016
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