Thien Hau Temple is situated in Cholon/Chinatown district of Ho Chi Minh City (1092 kilometers away from Singapore). As the name of the temple suggests, the temple is dedicated to the Lady of the Sea called Thien Hau. Many also call Thien Hau as "Mazu".
Visitors can also use binoculars for seeing musicians playing instruments, couples in balconies engaged in conversation, people ensconced on rocky ledge and white crane loping etc. All these intricate details are exhibited on the roof.
Thien Hau Temple was established in 1760. Many say that the temple is also devoted to Long Mau, goddess of mothers & infants, and Meh Sanh, goddess of fertility. The temple is open from 6am to 6pm daily.
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