The oldest temple is with interesting architecture design from China. It's very popular & always crowded with local at early in the morning & followed by local & foreign tourists less of th day
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still the same like always visiting holy sites to pay my respect and as always it's a attraction that only a person can feel by themselves . to see it to belief
The oldest temple in Malaysia built in the 1600s. The main deity is the Goddess of Mercy, and there is also the Guardian of seafarers as the left alter, and the God of Justice as the right alter. It is built in the Southern Chinese...More
it is a nice place to pop in on your walking tour here but to be honest it is just another temple, but please do have a look . It is old and full of history .
it is an old temple, where locals will come and pray. it is located beside the famous Jonker Street, walking distance from the Jonker Street. come here on day time as temple are closed before dawn. no ticket entrance needed. sometimes you can see some...More
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is a complex of temples with various deities. The main deitiy is Buddha and to the left of the centre is Mazu or Tien Hau, Queen of Heaven and Goddess of the Sea - a deity shared by both Buddhism and...More
I believe this Chinese Buddhist temple was built in the 16 century. It displays dark heavy wooden beams all beautifully carved. Smaller chambers are found to the side of the main area, which were used to worship ancestors. Located on Jonker Street, this temple is...More