Puji Temple, commonly known as Kun lam temple, is the largest monastery in Macao and the largest temple in Macao. It has quiet scenery and preserves the characteristics of southern temples in the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Puji Temple hangs the calligraphy, painting, calligraphy, and cultural relics of various monks and different art masters in the palace for visitors to enjoy. There are “Miaoxiang Hall” where Xie Lansheng and Lingnan School painter Gao Jianfu stayed, as well as Shitai and Shilan, which were signed by China and the United States in July 1844. Where Gambler Fu Deyin was marked.
The centuries-old tree in the back garden unfortunately withered in recent years, but it is still attractive.
The incense burns in the temple, which is always a must for tourists.
Puji Temple, A-Ma Temple, and Lianfeng Temple are also known as the three oldest temples in Macau.
Gourmet Snack: Beef Brisket Noodle
Bus: 8A, 17, 18, 19, 26