Checked this out without any expectations, but it was actually not too bad, it was pretty interesting to look around and it was free so why not
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This temple is tucked in a narrow street. The angle at which this temple is located makes it particularly interesting as it's location has to do with feng-shuei principles. Would not miss it.
Quite blinged up Taoist temple, with decorations and even fortune telling and divination. In KL's Chinatown.
It was a first visit to a Chinese temple. Unlike Hindu temple you are not required to remove shoes here. Some local person showed me all the way arround and handed over me a information booklet. People often come here and make their request writing...More
Nestled among modern buildings in KL Chinatown there lies one of the oldest Taoist Temple in KL. Built by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy, founder of KL, around 1864 and dedicated to patron deities SinSzeYa & SiSzeYa.... It also primary to cater for the spiritual needs...More
When you enter, go to the end of the hall, right corner. Lots of pieces of red paper hanging from the ceiling. If you look closely you will see lists of exam names, dates, venues on each piece of paper (there are names and birthdates...More
The temple was very busy today, due to the closeness of Chinese New Year but still good to walk around and soak in the atmosphere. A lot of people coming to pray so remember to be respectful when visiting. Unlike Indian Temples you don't have...More
The oldest temple in KL and a relaxing and fascinating experience. The artwork is beautiful, and no one harasses you when you wander around. I even got a free fortune telling session from a learned gent, who gave me advice for the rest of the...More