The Tengyun Temple in Brunei is a Buddhist temple with a large scale and incense-filled atmosphere. People who burn incense and worship Buddha at noon are flocking to the temple. Brunei is a small country with a population of 400,000. The local people tell us that there are about 30,000 Chinese. It's easy to meet Chinese people when walking in the street. They like to chat with us very much. This temple is the home of Chinese people. There is a Chinese school nearby. Parents who pick up their children will come to worship Buddha by the way. When traveling in Brunei, it's easy to consult them about any problems. We had dinner at the Imperial Hotel and came back to the lobby to call for a taxi. A Malaysian couple drove and chatted all the way. Later, they offered a 5-cent discount. Speaking of Tengyun Hall, they said that on the 11th Five-Year Plan, the Chinese Spring Festival was very lively and became a social occasion for Chinese people. Tengyun Hall is in the center of the city, next to the river, there is a morning market nearby, where many Chinese sell breakfast and chat while eating is very interesting.
A striking building in the centre of the city is quite special in a country where mosques are all located.
ToKong China Tengyun Hall, originally built near the old pier in Sribagawan City, was demolished due to land expropriation by the government in 1953. Now we can see that the Tengyun Hall was rebuilt in 1960, mainly for the worship of King Guangze. Tengyun Hall of Chinese architectural style coexists with several mosques not far away in the peaceful city of Sri Bagawan, which can feel the inclusiveness of this country. For more information, visit the following website: http://tokongchina.gbs2u.com
Teng Yun Temple in Sribaga Bay, Brunei's capital, is a Buddhist temple here. This temple is the home of Chinese people.
The temple has a Chinese style. I don't know if there is Chinese culture in it.