Old Chinese Temple
There are some high rise buildings in the neighbourhood of the temple. The outer white walls have brick boundaries in the lowermost part where flowers and vegetation is visible. Some big sized tubs are placed facing the walls. Visitors often stand here and click photos solely or with their company. There is a look over door small in size separately carved with the walls which gives an inside view. The entire structure is as old in age as the temple itself.
The inner side presents a well preserved old world look. Each and every design gives it a typical religious Chinese style decor. As much as five Chinese deities are hosted by the temple. They are called by different names by the devotees as per holy beliefs and worshipped in varying fashion by prayers and offerings. Each of these gods is worshipped by different Chinese communities. It includes Cantonese, Teochew, Hakka, Hainan and Hoklo group of people.
The gallery section at the backyard is also a peaceful space. Besides featuring the Chinese deity palanquins used during the annual god parade, there are many other kinds of old vintage items of the previous ages finely preserved. It is an enclosed space and the inner walls have poster like presentations of Chinese gurus with their information inscribed in the wall designs.