Well worth a visit to soak up the scents and sights in an ancient, working, Chinese temple. It is a privilege to be allowed hi here, and I was delighted that everyone seems to respect that.
This is purportedly the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia, & it may be. Bukit Cina, not far away is the oldest sizable Chinese cemetery outside China, so the community here is very, very old. The cool thing about viewing this temple is that it's still very actively in use & they feel free to let photographers come in & discretely... More
This is the oldest Buddhist temple in Malaysia. It's really beautiful, costs nothing to get into, and if you're around at 4 pm there is a service that goes for about half an hour. Well worth the visit.
Located in an interesting Harmony street, the street that presents a Hindu temple, a Muslim mosque and this old Buddhist temple within 100m. This temple is a beautiful original temple, well preserved and is still a holy place that host a lot of Buddhist coming to pray everyday.
Wonderful old Buddhist temple on a street of several old religious buildings. Within 100m there is a Hindu Temple, a Mosque and this very old Buddhist temple (all are worth a look at and free to walk around). The architecture on this building is exquisite and the whole place has a tranquility about it among the bustle of China town.
It is an old temple; it looks older then expected. Located at the end of the china town, surrounded by house and short buildings. It is under management. Not many visitors, can enjoy the peaceful inside.
C1 ( 2013.10.04 ) The atmosphere was very good, and I saw many ancestral tablet at behind of the temple. I guess this temple was worship place and cemetery. Some people burned incense, and adore Budda. This temple was very beautiful, and place to visit as attraction in Melaka.
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