The Ma-Cho Temple is a Taoist temple to the Chinese sea-goddess Mazu. Ma-Cho (Matzu) is the powerful Queen of Heavens and protector of the sea. She is the patron saint of fishermen and overseas Chinese.
Ma-Cho Temple is a 7-story temple is a towering 11-tiered, multi-hued attraction on a more than a hectare of lot. It was built in 1977 by a group of Filipino-Chinese devotees under the leadership of Dy Keh Hio and with the support of former Tourism Secretary Jose D. Aspiras. The temple's attractions include the Majestic Five Door Gate, Bamboo Garden, the Liang Thing Pagoda, 2 circular pools or ponds and the golden emblem of a dragon, the Bell Tower and the Drum Tower. The interiors of Ma-Cho Temple is filled with Chinese ancient decorations or art.