The Third Street Club Hall, also known as the Guandi Temple, is located in front of the Macau Special Administrative Region Council Pavilion near the temple, for the early Macau Chinese business forum. The guild hall is dedicated to Emperor Guan and is used in conjunction with the temple.
At the beginning, it was mainly used by businessmen in their deliberations, and then gradually transformed into temples for people's sacrifice. There is a temple of Guandi in the museum, so it has been called the temple of Guandi again. In 2005, part of Macau's historic urban area was included in the World Cultural Heritage List.
It's a dilapidated Guandi Temple, but the incense is very strong. Located in the alley near the front of the conference hall, I felt a little dizzy. It seemed that it was not far from the Advisory office. It's not big, but bigger than Nazar Temple. It's gray outside, and its surroundings are quite market-oriented.
The Third Street Guild Hall was originally a place for businessmen to translate things, but it surpassed the functions performed by ordinary business organizations. For example, in 1805, when the medical technology of vaccination against vaccination was introduced to Macao, the Sanjie Guild Hall was the earliest vaccination hall in China. Nowadays, the temple has gradually declined and become the main function of the guild hall, which is called "Guandi Temple".