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This ornate Chinese temple dedicated to the Queen of Heaven, Thean Hou, protectorate of people who make their living from the sea. The temple borrows from Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian traditions. Some visitors believe the panoramic views of KL...more
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The temple is small and beautiful. The exterior of the temple is amazing and well maintained. Interior of the temple is also amazing. Peace and silence everywhere. It is a nice place to visit whether solo or with family. Crowed was less. Entry is free....More
I am really happy to be able to spend my days here. Although there are not much activities here but the view here really nice and beautiful. Love the design of the temple and the patron here also very friendly.
There used to be tons of turtles in Thean Hou Temple 2 years back when I visited. I came again today to drop off my turtle Crush into the pond. This was because I moved homes into an apartment where there was not enough place...More
Various reasons to include this place to your Kuala Lumpur Itinerary.
1. Extremely quite and peaceful environment.
2. Wonderful place for meditating and relaxation.
3. Brilliant photo opportunity for your #instagram and #Facebook.
4. Excellent chance to know about the Chinese religion in KL.
Inaugurated in 1989, this Buddhist temple is surrounded by gardens with lots of statues. You enter the grounds, and as soon as you go through the gate, on your left is a large statue of a gentle-eyed goddess (Kwanyin? I’m not certain, since this wasn’t...More