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Tua Pek Kong Temple

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“huge statues” (7 reviews)
Sitiawan, Malaysia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was very surprised to find this interesting place of worship in the midst of a small town !! The statues are carved in stone and are HUGE!!! It would be good If there was a guided tour as each statue tells a different story.......More

Thank 19Pebbles53
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

good eyes opening statues - so beautifully carved ,so majestic, so huge . You can also pray there .Hmmmm , do not forget to pray for lots of blessings , good luck , good health .

Thank nyamfj
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The scenery of the temple is fantastic, blue sky, strong wind and many more statue which from legend of Buddha. The statues make me stunned of their skill.

Thank Wei J
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Do drop by to visit this temple if you coming for holiday at lumut , for the Chinese off cause some of them is coming to pray , but most of it to come to take photo , because the hole area is big to...More

Thank RR1231
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Seaside Temple without beach, Giant Tua Pek Kong Statue and hundreds of other Chinese god statues. Beautiful Garden, nice landscaping makes the place wonderful.

Thank khoonseng
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Very big Tua Pek Kong and other Chinese god statues are around the gate and facing the sea. Surrounding scenery is great and beautiful.

Thank Elene L
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

First time here, it's a hot day. There is a lot of statues and murals. You can learn a lot regarding the Buddhist culture here, taking photos if you like. Quite a number of hawker stalls here, selling local food and drinks. No admission fees...More

Thank JEI W
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

Seaside temple with plenty thing to see. A good landscape and seaside backdrop making a magnificent sunset place. Don't go in the afternoon cause not much shaded places to hide from the sun.

Thank Allan2212
Reviewed 18 April 2017

looking for something to fill in a few hours we drove from Ipoh and wasn't disappointed. Interesting and busy enough without being crowded. Food available and people very friendly. Enjoyed the different areas, well laid out. Not much else in area and would need own...More

Thank Brenda L
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Not much is heard about this temple, posters and advertisements are scarce. Malaysian tourist pamphlet does not include this attraction too (maybe the officers do not know). There are ample parking spaces for buses and cars (easily exceed 1000 parking bays). My assumption this is...More

Thank lianhuamin
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Response from khoonseng | Reviewed this property |
Welcome to Sitiawan You can actually visit the temple early in the morning until late night... there are actually divided by 2 main areas: 1. open space area, which you can see the Giant Tua Pek Kong Statue and other... More