It is very easy to find near China Town. The architectural style follows the traditional temple style. It is really beautiful in terms of architectural style. The temple is quiet and the pilgrims consciously abide by the regulations.
A small but majestic temple dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva. The supply of lotus-shaped candles ranges from ten ringgit to two hundred ringgit. Generally speaking, a small temple is divided into three parts, and the volunteers are very friendly and kind. One of the ladies speaks fluent English and can explain some of the products.
Malaysia has a multicultural society. Therefore you will find different places of worship. Pay a visit to the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple, the Chinese Thean Hou Temple, and/or one of the many mosques.
Kuan Yin Temple was built in 1880 and is dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin. Also known as Guanyin Temple, it is located across the road from Jalan Stadium in Chinatown
Small "hidden" temple, but very serene and peaceful.
It's sad that to be honest this temple is full of homeless. Well, i know we don't have right to criticized but on certain circumstances i think local municipal should take some action towards this mess.
This is a historic temple..I like take pic there...Know a little bit about their religion and culture.