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“first beach klenteng in Surabaya” 4 of 5 stars
Review of Sanggar Agung Temple

Sanggar Agung Temple
Jl. Sukolilo 100, Surabaya, Indonesia
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Ranked #9 of 28 Attractions in Surabaya
Type: Religious Sites, Cultural
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Surabaya
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“first beach klenteng in Surabaya”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 7, 2013

Located at kenjeran beach, you can praying and see the beach panorama here, try the coconut water outside but you must bargain the price first before drink it.

Visited December 2012
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Ascot
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“Very good afternoon out”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 20, 2013

I really enjoyed visting these two temples. I have never had the chance to visit a Buddhist temple before and I found the experience very interesting and friendly. The Kwan Im godess is on one side of the road and the temple to Buddha on the other. When we visited the Kwan Im temple it was quite quiet. There was only 1 family worshipping. The Buddhist temple was much more busy. We were unsure if we were allowed to go in but we were approached by someone who spoke English and was very friendly. He encouraged us to enter and said it was OK to take photos. The temples are in the Kenjeran Beach Park, which I found a little quirky. For example, about 500m from the Kwan Im goddess statue there's a sun bleached Disney like castle. Also, just next door to the Kwan Im statue there is a building that appears to be a workshop used to make things for the beach park and there are discarded plastic dolphins lying around. Don't let this put you off. It's just quirky. Along the beach there are plenty of places to eat local food, although we didn't buy anything, and there are lots of boatmen offering trips out to the sandbanks between Surabaya and Madura.

Visited March 2013
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