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When I bring visitors around Chinatown area, I would whisk them through the streets and alleys, then surprise them with this colourful little temple tucked along the way. It's also one of the places I would go to when I'm taking photographs in the area....More
We returned to see this place on every Malaysian visit.... I simply like it. You need to leave the shoes off at the entrance in exchange for a small fee (0,30 ringgits per pair) and a number so it´s guaranteed you get it back. Every...More
Small temple,, nice gold and colorful details around building,, have to take shoes off and pay small fee for shoe storage and must wear a sarong or have long pants,, or entry is refused,, near china town,,, takes 5 mins to see whole temple complex,,,...More
The temple looks great from the outside and not so great inside. I suggest to check the calendar of events during which the temple visit can be fascinating. There are other temples within 100 yards distance that are more frequented by worshipers and very interesting...More
Quiet and beautiful on the inside, this temple is respite from the chaos that can be nearby Chinatown. Particularly attractive statues and murals set the religious tone. Take the time to let it all soak in.