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This modern Chinese temple has lots to explore and is a good way to spend an hour or so on the outskirts of KL.
A very photogenic temple complex commanding strong views of KL.
Don't forget to remove your shoes before entry into the main...More
The Thean Hou temple is situated in the old part of Kuala Lipis town, facing the river, and just behind the food court.
As I have read that it's an old temple, we decided to drop by for a brief visit.
The temple itself is...More
it is located along Jalan Jelai to be specific at the end. Opposite the temple is the jelai river.
the temple was originaly built in 1989 but there was a flood in 1926 which destroyed the temple and the temple was rebuilt using concrete structure....More
At the opposite end of Jalan Jelai is an attractive Chinese temple, dedicated to Thean Hou (Tin Hau), the Goddess of the Sea. The temple was originally built in 1898, with major reconstruction after flooding in 1926.
Visit, worship & enjoy views of the old...More
This little temple has served the local Chinese community since the 1890s. It has a wonderful location right by the river, but modernization have robbed of most of its charm. The front wall and courtyard offer little but concrete. The innermost shrine is somewhat more...More