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Things to Know


  • Spiritual

  • 20 - 30 Minutes

  • Bird spotting

  • Restroom

  • Sitting area

  • Baby friendly

  • Couple Friendly

  • Parking

  • Accepts donations

  • Prayer room

  • Cctv

  • Security guard

  • Footwear Counter

  • Dustbin

Ticket


  • free entry

  • Adult
    FREE

  • Children
    FREE

  • Foreigner
    FREE

  • Mobile Camera
    FREE

  • Still Camera
    FREE

  • Video Camera
    FREE


About

Located on Kusu island is the popular Chinese temple - Da Bo Gong 大伯公 or Tua Pek Kong (Grand Uncle). Built-in 1923 by a wealthy businessman, the temple houses two main deities - the Da Bo Gong and Guan Yin 观音 (Goddess of Mercy). The former is highly regarded as having the power to confer prosperity, cure diseases, calm the sea and avert danger, while Guan Yin is known as the 'giver of sons'.  this temple was built to serve and provide convenient access for residents living in the center, especially those who have difficulties moving around. Between the 1950s and early 1970s, the population of the island was about 2,000 when quarrying activity was at its peak. Three-quarters of the residents were Chinese, one quarter was Malay and the rest were Indian.

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Weather forecast in Fo Shan Ting Da Bo Gong Temple

33.46°C

Weather
broken clouds


  • Sunrise

  • Sunset

  • Minimum temperature
    32° C

  • Maximum temperature
    35° C

  • Humidity
    59 %

  • Pressure
    1008 hPa

  • Windspeed
    4.1 m/s² Gentle Breeze

  • Wind Direction
    50 NE NorthEast

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