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Na Tcha Temple

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Introduction to Na Tcha Temple (哪吒庙)

The Na Tcha Temple that was built in 1888 is dedicated to the Chinese folk deity Na Tcha. Legend has that the temple was built to put an end to a plague. The Na Tcha Temple was enlisted as a designated site of the Historic Center of Macau which was inscribed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Na Tcha Temple is actually a single chamber with simple structure. The small chamber has a length of 8.4 meters and width of 4.51 meters. The chamber has an entrance porch which opens to the temple. The porch measures a depth of 5 meters and has decorative paintings on its walls. The temple is constructed in classic Chinese traditional styles with rising roof and ridge with protective ceramic animal figures. 

Na Tcha Temple is situated next to the Section of the Old City Walls and behind the Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral. With its delicate structure and quiet environment, and its rich cultural connotation, the Na Tach Temple is an attractive scenic spot in Macau.

   
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Location

At the Right Side of Ruins of St. Paul’s, Macau

   
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Main Sights

Na Tcha Temple, the Section of Old City Wall, Ruins of St. Paul’s

   
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Travel Information

Admission for Na Tcha Temple: Free

Opening Hours: 8:00 AM~5:00 PM

   
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Transportation 

1. You can take bus No. 3, 3X, 4, 6A, 8A, 18A, 19, 26A, 33, N1A, and then get off at the Na Tcha Temple Stop.

2. The most convenient way to there is take a taxi.

   
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Travel Tips

1. Recommended duration for a visit is about 1 hour.

2. It is not recommended to visit there during “May 1st” and “October 1st” these two golden vacation weeks. Because at that time, the hotel reservation and transportation will be in its climax, the price will be much higher than ordinary times.


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