Though Bao Gong did not originate as a godly figure, his spirit of juice and unwillingness to unfairly favour the rich and royalty has inspired generations of people who undyingly showed admiration and respect for him even years after his administration. They believed that he will continue to protect and bless those who do not climb the wealthy ranks of society.
Sengkang West’s Bao Gong Temple is the only temple in Singapore which is officially named after Bao Gong.
When at the intersection of Seng Kang West Avenue and Jalan Kayu, passerbys will undoubtedly notice the majestic built of a golden yellow temple. Within it lies Zhong Yi Temple on one end and Jalan Kayu Lian He Gong on the other. You can find Bao Gong Temple situated at the very heart of the architecture.