Yueh Hai Ching Temple

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Chinese temple in Singapore

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Geographical coordinates: 1.2845 103.849333


English Yueh Hai Ching Temple

Yueh Hai Ching Temple (Traditional Chinese 粵海清廟, Simplified Chinese 粤海清庙), also known as the Wak Hai Cheng Bio from its Teochew pronunciation, is a Chinese temple in Singapore located in Raffles Place in Singapore's central business district. The temple, whose name literally means "Temple of the Calm Cantonese Sea", was the first stop for Chinese immigrants to Singapore in the early 19th century.

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Dutch Yueh Hai Chingtempel

Yueh Hai Chingtempel is een taoïstische tempel in Singapore. Het ligt aan de Phillip Street in de Downtown Core.

Hong San See werd in 1850 en 1855 gebouwd door Chaozhounezen. Yueh Hai Chingtempel is Singapore's oudste taoïstische tempel. Qing-dynastie keizer Guang Xu schonk een plakkaat een de tempel in 1907. De tempel werd een nationaal monument op 28 juni 1996. De tempel eert Xuan Tian Shang Di en Tian Hou. Het altaar van Xuan Tian Shang Di werd vanuit China overgebracht naar deze tempel in 1852.

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Russian Юэ Хай Цин

Храм Юэ Хай Цин (кит. упр.: 粤海清庙), также известный как Вак Хай Чен Био на чаошаньском диалекте, — китайский храм в Сингапуре, расположенный на Филлип-стрит в Деловом центре в Центральном районе Сингапура.

Храм Юэ Хай Цин был включён в число памятников национального значения 28 июня 1996 года.

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Chenese 粤海清庙

粤海清庙(英文:Yueh Hai Ching Temple, 潮州話拼音:Wak Hai Cheng Bio,俗称老爷宫),新加坡最古老的道教寺庙,亦是當地潮帮(潮州人)最早的聚会及议事场所,由义安公司管理。坐落在菲立街(Philip Street,俗称孖庙街)30B号、左侧是漆街(Church Street,俗称五代天宫),靠近新加坡的中央商业区、右侧及后方是华厦;最接近的地铁站是莱佛士坊站。

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English Yueh Hai Ching Temple (粤海清庙)

The oldest Taoist temple serving the Teochew community in Singapore, built in the traditional Teochew architectural style, and dedicated to the Goddess Mazu. The temple is home to a plaque bearing the inscription "曙海祥雲" (lit. Peaceful clouds over the Ocean at Dawn), presented by Emperor Guangxu of China in 1899, making it one of only two temples in Singapore bestowed with this honour.

Address 30B Phillip Street
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