Lin Fung Temple
Lin Zexu Memorial Hall
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Lin Fung Temple information
Lonely Planet review
Once Taoist but now dedicated to Kun Iam, this temple (c 1592) was where people from Guǎngdōng province stayed when they visited Macau, including Lin Zexu, the commissioner charged with stamping out the opium trade. There’s a Lin Zexu Memorial Hall .