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Honestly not worth the time — it’s a small little temple similar to any other temple you can find in any Chinatown. Sure, you can pop your head in if you happen to be passing by in the neighborhood, otherwise don’t go specifically seeking it...More
Very beautiful and very popular. A must visit if you are in the China town area. 2 minutes walk from the metro stations and train lines. Donations can be made so you can place an incense offering. Suitable for the disabled and buggies.
This is an authentic Chinese Temple build by the community for the community. There are small free guide books in English inside a small cabinet at the left side of the main entrance. The guide book explains very well the history of the temple and...More
Never been to a Chinese Temple, so were excited when we saw this one. Unlike Hindu temples, you can go in with your shoes on and have a walk about. It was a shame there was nobody there to talk about what was what. I...More
This ornate temple was dedicated by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy to his chief lieutenant Chong Piang and his former mentor Shin Kap (Kapitan of modern day Seremban) in 1864. The odd orientation is because the design followed feng shui geometric principles. Students pray for exam...More
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I have not talked to the fortune tellers in the temple. But most of the people in KL can speak English very fluently. Really a nice place. We were surprised to see that many spoke Hindi also in the temple.
From the front entrance of Central Market turn left and walk up the pedestrian street market (Bestari Walk) until you reach the first right hand turn. Turn right through the arched walkway and at the next right hand turn you... More
From the front entrance of Central Market turn left and walk up the pedestrian street market (Bestari Walk) until you reach the first right hand turn. Turn right through the arched walkway and at the next right hand turn you will see a backstreet to your right. The Temple Entrance is just on your left, approx. 20m along. Enjoy.