The Sikh Temple is very ethnic, distinctive and beautiful in terms of architecture. It is also a place where people hold major ceremonies. It means a lot to them, so keep quiet when visiting.
This Sikh temple is the spiritual home of 75,000 Sikhs in Kuala Lumpur, where they receive the baptism of faith, listen to hymns, and worship their faith devoutly.
The area surrounding the Sikh Temple is a market with many hops and stalls selling meat, fruits, vegetables and freshly prepared snacks as well as many Indonesian products. The best time is when Sikhs hold their wedding here, allowing tourists to participate.
Malaysia’s largest Sikh temple has a total of seven in Kuala Lumpur, and it is also the largest in Southeast Asia. In 1922, the British government allocated two acres of land to the Sikh community. The current buildings were built in the last century. Visitors here must wear headscarves, long pants or long skirts.
A lovely place to visit. Highly recommended for tourists.
One of the interesting places to walk
It's a really good place, all are really friendly person. I got mental peace from here, really nice and peaceful place. Even you can have a free meal from here. Really they are doing divine work here. God bless them.
This Tatt Khalsa Diwan Gurdwara is a sikh temple. Most people by mistaken thought it's a christian church. When there's no holy CROSS sign it means they are not church. Simple differences.
Built on 1922 and located in the middle of Chow Kit-Kampong Bharu border. It is the largest Sikh Temple in Kuala Lumpur.