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This temple was constructed in 1888 and dedicated to Na Tcha, the child god of war. It is a small, simple temple with a steady flow of Chinese who come to pray and burn incense. Not really worth making a special trip to see it,...More
Na Tcha is a simple single chamber temple located next to the Old City Wall just next to the Ruins of St. Paul. It is part of Macau World Heritage and can be experience before or after your visit to the Ruins.
Constructed in 1888,...More
This is very small temple with typical traditional Chinese temple. Besides that, there is a building with air-conditional that explain the history of this temple. it is good for a visit to understand its history.
While we were visiting St Paul, we saw that little adjacent temple. Getting closer, we realised how delightful it was. And we could feel the good vibes, as people are still praying there. Don't miss it then as it is nice from outside but also...More
On the street right beside the Ruins of St Paul's, lies a small temple called the Na Tcha Temple.
The Na Tcha Temple was built in homage to the child god of war. It is believed that it was built to put an end to...More
Right beside the St Paul ruins so worth a stop off. Lot of history and a tiny museum right beside. Lot of people probably miss this. It's on the left hand side of St. Paul's as you look at it from the front.
This temple is behind and on the right side of Ruins of St Paul. Once you cover the ruins and fort, you can visit this temple. There is a small exhibition room just beside the temple which is a cool place to spend after sweating...More
Located to the right of The Ruins of St Paul’s Cathedral is Na Tcha Temple.
It was built in 1888 and then rebuilt again in 1901. It was dedicated to Na Tcha in an attempt to end the plague rampaging at the time. The temple...More