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The buildings were even more than i thought they would be. Beautiful! We got lucky and had two women tell us about the symbols and apparent praise they do along with the foods, fruits, etc . I highly recommend a visit here.
Grounds are lovely and a fair bit of construction activity so it will only get better.
Amazing to observe this piece of Vietnamese culture impeded in the Houston metro area.
Very well done and quite interesting.
A peaceful place for all to visit.
Visiting Houston, we accidentally saw oriental rooftops while driving down the boulevard and came back after lunch to explore. Located a couple of blocks off the main boulevard, we found the classic looking Teo Chew Temple.
There were visitors who got incense at the entrance...More
Came here out of curiosity, and I must admit I am always pleased to see other cultures and religious artifact and this temple did not disappoint. One can't easily describe it, but I do earnestly ask that you visit such beautiful temples wherever they be....More
The Teo-Chew Temple is an impressive Vietnamese Buddhist Temple at the very end of Turtlecreek Court (south of Bellaire, west of the West Belt.) Its architecture is strongly influenced by Chinese models (see photo). In front of the main shrine, a large fountain and sculpture...More