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The Sam Poh temple is a Buddhist temple with incredible large golden (and musical) statues inside but compared to other temples we’d seen in Malaysia and SE Asia, it was not actually worth visiting unless you are worshipping. It was very peaceful as we were...More
I will always stop by the temple to make my prayer whenever I visited the highland. The temple is simple and clean, and I could feel the peace in mind. The only eyesore now is the development in front of the road leading to the...More
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If this is the temple up by the hill in Brinchang, the names of the deities are on a plaque. If you've not visited the place, the shrine right after the main entrance comprises Maitreya (the laughing Buddha), which is back... More
If this is the temple up by the hill in Brinchang, the names of the deities are on a plaque. If you've not visited the place, the shrine right after the main entrance comprises Maitreya (the laughing Buddha), which is back to back with Vajrapani Bodhisattva. The four flanking deities are the Four Giant Generals of the North, South, East and West.
The main shrine comprises the Avalokitesvara, also back to back by the same, called Thousand Hand Thousand Eye Bodhisattva. The one sitting on the lion is Manjushri Bodhisattva and the one sitting on the elephant is Samanthabadhra Bodhisattva.
You can google all of these images and names to find out more. Hope this helps.