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I Leng Temple in Taipa

I Leng Temple in Taipa

Built in the 26th year of Emperor Guangxu’s reign (1900), I Leng Temple, also known as Ka Sin Tong, is adjacent to Kun Iam Temple in Taipa and worships “I Leng” – the God of sacred doctors. The present idol in the Temple is the Emperor of Sacred Doctor, who is not confined to any ancient eminent physicians and pharmacists, but refers to general sacred doctors, including Hua Tuo, Sun Simiao, Bian Que, etc. While entering the Temple, you’ll see an elegant wooden sliding door, which is rarely seen in Macao today.