Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple
Homage to Newton
Grab a seat at one of the booths or on a bar stool and order from an extensive list of Belgian beers (Leffe on tap!) and trappist ales...
For a Chinese restaurant with a view, it's tough to beat this one - and the food and service are immaculate too. Try to reserve a window...
Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple information
Lonely Planet review
The name of this Taoist temple translates as Calm Sea Temple, which serves as a reminder that this area was once lapped by waves. Upon reaching dry land, Teochew Chinese immigrants would head here to give thanks for the safe journey, first at a smaller shrine built in 1826, and then at the present temple, dating back to the 1850s. It's an atmospheric place, with giant incense coils smoking over the empty forecourt and sculptural reliefs depicting scenes of Chinese opera inside.