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Putuo Village

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Jalan Kampung Felda Taib Andak, Kulai 81000 Malaysia
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EY💐 wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore104 contributions46 helpful votes
It’s a small temple with great view. Didn’t snap photo of the temple inner as my dad doesn’t allow but it’s offer a very nice view. The structure is unique.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Eurekasky wrote a review Oct 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia157 contributions47 helpful votes
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Glad that it is not a commercial place yet and the place is well kept. I nearly forgot to take off my shoes when i step in to the temple , where i am amazed by the awesomeness of Guan Yin Statue. The Chi is there. It makes u feel calm and recharge. There also have the wish granting tree where you can tie up the lemon with the red string and throw up the tree. I found my joy here with many instagramable pictures. LOL
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Soon Joo K wrote a review Sep 2019
Singapore, Singapore133 contributions67 helpful votes
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Followed my tour group, WTS travel for this visit on the weekend of Sept 2019. There was not a big crowd at the temple and the environment is considered tranquil. Visitors who are using wheelchairs may be able to access the place without much difficulties, as they have mini-ramps that enable us to push elderly visitors on wheelchair. It's likely a Mahayana Tradition Buddhist temple, with the Goddess of Mercy (Guan Yin) as the main deity, and accompanied with other deities like wealth god Dzambala and a Datuk Gong (outside the main shrine). There are also prayer wheels near the entrance of the temple which visitors can spin (turn) and it is said that spinning the prayer wheels is akin to chanting the mala of Goddess of Mercy. It's quite a long drive into this temple location and it may not be accessible to people who do not have private transport. The temple itself did not have any vending machines, but there were mobile ice cream/drinks sellers on the day of our visit. The temple likely welcomes visitors, both Buddhists and non-buddhists alike. (General guidelines of admission apply. Eg: no bringing of alcohol or meat into the temple main hall for consumption). A thorough viewing of the place can take about 45 mins to 2 hours, depending on whether you wish to see everything and scrutinize in detail.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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sy3717 wrote a review Sep 2019
Subang Jaya, Malaysia1,006 contributions188 helpful votes
An unexpected journey for me to be with my 2 sisters coming all the way from Malacca in the early morning to this holy place. My eldest nephew was the driver. We were the earliest visitors to this Buddha temple. Quiet, peaceful and serene environment. A place to calm our mind, to receive positive energy and to worship. This temple is very huge, spacious, every Buddha statue has clear indication. Free to worship and give donation at your own wish to the charity box. The main hall is the huge Cundhi statue, the Medicine Buddha is located in the other building. Large area for visitors to explore, to pray and to take photos. There is a place for visitors to have vegetarian meal at own expense. The large bamboo forest has some photo spots, but due to lack of fund, some were left unattended.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Nor Hafizah wrote a review Sep 2019
172 contributions63 helpful votes
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Unplanned trip to this temple. It was quite far from the city, but it serve the purpose of calming effect. The temple is huge with Cundhi Guanyin Hall, Tibetan Prayer Wheels Corridor, 3 Steps 1 Bow pathway leading to Bamboo Plantation to walk on. I am not a Buddhist, but as any spiritual places I went before, it has the calming effect. Would love to repeat the visit, but maybe next time with some festival held in it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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