Guanyin Bodhisattva Hall is housed on the left side of Main Hall. As the legend of Mazu attaining Dao and ascending to Heaven is closely related to Guanyin, not only do Mazu Hall house Mazu effigies but worship Guanyin Bodhisattva as well. The interior of Guanyin Bodhisattva Hall is simple and brightly lit. Brightly lit Lamps of Brilliance are placed on the walls at the back and two sides of the altar, forming a light wall.

  •   Inside the altar is the effigy of Guanyin. Besides her usual white-clad appearance, the Guanyin effigy is also seen holding treasure books on her left hand and making an auspicious mudra on her right hand. In front of the altar is an eight-immortals table that is filled with Guanyin statues of different styles and sizes. At the lower part of the central Guanyin altar, a thousand-arm Guanyin statue is the oldest collection of Guandu Temple.