The Tian Hou sanctuary in Chiwan, Shenzhen, was worked in 1410. A huge, lavishly enhanced gold statue of Tian Hou, the goddess of the ocean and defender of anglers and mariners, commands the focal corridor.
Flanking Tian Hou are littler statues of Caishen, the Chinese divine force of riches, and Guanyin, the bodhisattva of sympathy.
To one side of the primary sanctuary is a secured stage where substantial incense curls swing from the rafters and consume gradually.
To the correct stands a tree with branches that admirers tie red cards and strips engraved with written by hand petitions and wishes to.
A two-story drum tower simply outside the fundamental sanctuary entryway is additionally open to guests, yet the two-story chime tower is shut the greater part of the year. Stop by the two artificial lakes to spot koi fish and turtles.
You'll additionally discover a gallery and a little shop that offers Buddhist keepsakes and other stock off the passageway way.