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Stayed in Banda Neira fo five days, but did not get a chance to enter the temple. It was always... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2017
Njamalia
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Bekasi, Indonesia
Old, neglected but interesting site

This San Tien Kong Chinese temple dates from the 17th century although it is said that before... read more

Reviewed 15 December 2016
AndrevdM
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Varzea, Portugal
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5 May 2017
“Looks like abandoned”
14 Dec 2016
“Old, neglected but interesting site”
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Reviewed 5 May 2017

Stayed in Banda Neira fo five days, but did not get a chance to enter the temple. It was always closed, so I thought the temple is part of history that had been abandoned.

Thank Njamalia
Reviewed 15 December 2016

This San Tien Kong Chinese temple dates from the 17th century although it is said that before, another Chinese temple has stood here from the 12th century. Since less than 10 Chinese families live nowadays on the Banda Islands, this temple is not used anymore...More

Thank AndrevdM
Reviewed 19 March 2016

This place is almost never open but we snuck in when a builder was renovating the outer walls. The building is allegedly 500 years old. it has a lovely roof and an inner shrine area, which the builder was reluctant to allow us to approach....More

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Reviewed 5 July 2012

The Banda Islands are one of the most incredible destinations in Indonesia, and we would recommend them whole-heartedly to any adventurous soul. These volcanic specks, set far out in the Banda Sea, boast both cultural riches and astonishing natural beauty. Though Bandaneira is a one-horse...More

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