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Kuan Yin Temple ⛩🏮
~ also known as Guanyin Temple
~ dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin
~ the building mix with Chinese and European baroque architecture
~ the temple is one of the most colourful shrines in the city
~ the figure...More
Saw the architecture - Chinese mixed with European Baroque embellished with lavish ornaments. The temple is dedicated to Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. However, one can also see the statue of Sakyamuni, the Lord Buddha and the Qian Should Guan Yin - Thousand Hands...More
Nice temple but simple and not unlike the other 5 million bidets temples u see across Asia
If you passing worth a look and if you catch the mono rail to Chinatown as it's right on the exit you might as well pop in however...More
Dedicated to the goddess of mercy Kuan Yin and built in 1880. Not sure how much is original or recent refurbishment. Situated at the bottom end of Petaling Street on a small hill. Plain interior with three Buddhist images. Peaceful and well maintained.
A small but mighty temple devoted to Kuan Yin Pu Sa. Lotus shaped candle offerings range from 10 RM to 200RM. There is a wealth God to the left and I wasn't sure to the right of the center area (but the right side may...More
It is just next door to the Maharalela LRT Station. You walk down and it is on your right hand side. It is an old temple built in 1888. Guan Yin can also be called Kuan Yin. It is the goddest of mercy. The temple...More
Built in 1888, this temple is dedicated to Kuan Yin or the Goddess of Mercy. Located across from Bulatan Merdeka, it stands next to Stadium Merdeka at the end of Petaling Street. The Maharajalela Monorail Station is right at its doorstep. Its architecture is distinctly...More