Puji Buddhist Temple is one of the three renowned temples in Macao.
The other two are Lian Fong Temple and Barra Temple. Also known as
Puji Buddhist Hall, it is the largest among the three. Built at the
end of the Ming Dynasty, it has a history of around four hundred
Puji Buddhist Temple was built in a three-courtyard architecture
style. The first hall is Daxiong Grand Hall. There are statues of
Sakyamuni Buddha, Randeng Buddha, and Maitreya in the hall, and a
huge bell made in the fifth ruling year of the Ming Dynasty at the
gate of the hall. The second hall is Longevity Hall with a statue
of Longevity Buddha inside.
The third and main hall is Bodhisattva Hall. There are statues of
Bodhisattva and the Eighteen Disciples of Buddha. The one on the
left side looks like the figure of Marco Polo, a famous Italian
explorer. Every year during the celebration of the birthday of
Bodhisattva, many people come here to burn incense and pray.
There is another courtyard beside Bodhisattva Hall with potted
plants on the east and west sides of the main hall stands Tianhou
Hall, Yuqing Hall, Longhua Hall, Jingle Hall, Zushi Hall, Guyandi
Hall, guest hall, Tanyue Hall, Baotang Hall, Mediation Hall,
Abbot’s Room, and Depository of Buddhist Scriptures.walk or take bus ,taxi, pedicab
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