Location: Walking distance from Chinatown. Entrance fee: Free of charge. It's a Chinese temple with a great architecture and detailed Chinese sculpture.
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I had a quick look at this temple whilst visiting the Chinatown district if KL last weekend. Unfortunately it seems that renovation work is continuing, and so visiting properly was difficult. I had to be content with a quick peek inside. It does look quite...More
We visited here on a walk through Chinatown and will say it was one of the less impressive temples we visited on the day. Worth sticking your head into because it's free if you're near the area - but in terms of pretty temples there...More
Closed in August 2016 for renovation. However the exterior itself is accessible and well worth a look. Situated at the bottom of Petaling Street this is an old Chinese residence with elaborate decoration on the exterior including large friezes containing numerous carved figures from historical...More
This is Attractive hand art in this temples, haw the mans can do if you not see you never compare it. so I request to visitor for visit this Temple.
This is actually a traditional Chinese association hall and not a temple per se. But because of it's over 100 years of history, it has been mistaken as a temple. The architecture and intricate carvings are still amazing. When I was there, a group of...More
If you're walking around Petaling Street, feel free to drop by Chan See Shu Yuen Temple to check out it's uniqueness around this area. My friends from outstation too will drop by.