We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The four of us went there during our 4-day Ipoh stay. It was only a relatively short drive to get there, and while there isn't a lot to see like other traditional Buddhist temples, it does have a rather relaxing atmosphere, and perhaps more importantly,...More
The caves are about 15-20 minutes outside Ipoh. The most striking feature of this landmark is the enormous size of the cave . There are a number of religious effigies in the cave and a small park and pound outside the back end of the...More
Kek Lok Tong temple is constructed inside a limestone cave.. featuring a good balance between nature and Buddhist elements.. Other end opens into a secluded garden, marked by a calm lake ideal for a healthy stroll or jog.. Clean, scenic and plenty of photographic moments...More
Nice selection of things to do in the one location - exploring the cave, enjoying the scenery, nice walk around the garden. Small playground for the kids and the stone walk for all ages. The whole place is absolutely spotless, maintained by the locals.
Response from thevas2017 | Reviewed this property |
There is a big parking lot where bus & cars are parked and it is sandy definitely you cannot carry out your activities there so there is no choice for you other then to have your activities at the zen gardens and it also... More
There is a big parking lot where bus & cars are parked and it is sandy definitely you cannot carry out your activities there so there is no choice for you other then to have your activities at the zen gardens and it also depends the type of activity as it should be a very simple one for e.g, have them seated in a circle put a handkerchief behind anyone of them and run around and maybe like 10 children standing in a row passing a balloon filled with water backwards from the front child to the 10th child at the back something like that it is my opinion only.you can think of something when you are there yourself
The entry is free, you can buy some fish food to feed the carp. I believe the local businesses and community upkeep the temple through their patronage. You may make offerings and it is strictly voluntary.