Tiger Emperor Temple

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HTH
Kuching, Malaysia147 contributions
Tiger Emperor Temple (Seven asterisk)
Mar 2020 • Solo
This is an Buddhist religious location situated at Teku area, Trusan Road; about 20 minutes distance from city.Visitors normally come from local Chinese ethnics.
Written 10 May 2020
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124mos
16 contributions
Interesting place to explore
Sep 2016 • Solo
No entrance fee is required or upon will donation. My purpose of visiting: it is simply to make a wish. After donation, they gave me few flowers and ask me to take a bath with the flowers at home. Believing that the flowers can bring good luck to me ("wash away the dirty stuffs").
Written 6 September 2016
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RonA_Plymouth
Plymouth, UK1,206 contributions
little gem
Jan 2016 • Couples
This temple is not widely known, however it is very unusual and worth a visit. It is a small temple thus it only take a short visit, AmethstAme directions are good use the 3104. Berniekatchor seems to be describing the Jade Dragon temple also worth a visit.
My advice is to visit this one on the way to or from the Jade Dragon temple, really worth the time.
Written 15 January 2016
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BernieKatchor
Maroochydore, Australia18 contributions
tiger temple 20 km from sibu
Oct 2014 • Solo
The largest buddist temple in asia is truly magnificent. No one in Sibu knows about it. There are four temples and the art works of the various 'gods' are magnificent. The temple recently built by chinese from China 2006 must have cost four million US at least. I have been cruising asia for years and this is the one temple not to be missed. I spent four hours enjoying it and saw only one other tourist. After wrds I had a cold beer and a meal at the adjoining restaurant. Free no charge.
I hired a motorbike but taxi would get you there and call back. NOT TO BE MISSED IF YOU VISIT SARAWAK.
Written 17 October 2014
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AmethystAme
Singapore, Singapore861 contributions
Sibu Only Tiger Theme Temple
Aug 2013 • Family
I knew about this temple while preparing for the Sibu largest temple's article and I happened saw this tiger temple online. I then asked a lot of my family, local friends and relatives, none of them heard about this temple at all and no one know how to go.

Based on the information, we finally find the place. Here are some directions if you are going via the old airport road. You will reach a junction where left towards Taman Bukit Aup and right towards Jalan Teku. Take right towards Jalan Teku, drive until you see a roundabout then take 12 O'Clock way, go straight until you see Jalan Trusan, then follow the sign of the temple. You might not be able to find this small road on google map.

The temple is quite new, it was opened in Year 2005, so it is 7 years old now. 7 Seven Star General Tigers god(七星虎将军) stay in this temple, which they called as 虎帝庙, if translate to English it is Tiger Emperor Temple. The temple is not like the one you saw traditionally, it is like a cave and there main gate is closed. You have to enter the temple via the two side gates, just like you entering the cave.

Not easy to find but quite a unique temple.

http://discoversibu.blogspot.sg/2013/08/tiger-temple.html
Written 4 March 2014
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