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    Buddhist Temples

    Buddhist Temples

    Chinese and Buddhist temples can be found throughout Malaysia. Be it on a hilltop, or enshrined in a limestone cave, or situated at the centre of a bustling city, these temples are splendidly colourful and elaborate.

    Well known for their outstanding pagodas and statues, Chinese temples are popular destinations for tourists. more info…

    Buddhist Temples Selangor

    The beautiful structure of the Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple in Jenjarom, Kuala Langat, has attracted thousands of visitors since its opening in 1994. Built on 16 acres of immaculately landscaped land, the temple serves as a monastery as well as a centre for culture and religious studies. Interesting features include the main shrine, where visitors can find a 5.4-metre high statue of Lord Buddha sculpted in bronze. more info…

    Cheng Hoon Teng Temple (Malacca)

    Malacca Hailed as the ‘historic city’, Malacca has a colourful and interesting past. The Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is one of the places where visitors can gain an insight into the state’s bygone  days. It is also known as the Temple of Bright Clouds. Built in 1646, it is the oldest temple in Malaysia and also outside China. more info…

    Thean Hou Temple (KL)

    Situated on a hillock, this magnificent Chinese temple has golden roofed pagodas and strings of lanterns. Located inside are three majestic statues of deities, including the main deity Thean Hou. The ornate architecture and scenic surroundings more info…

    Tua Pek Kong Temple (Kuching)

    Sarawak Malaysia’s largest state houses a number of temples, scattered all over its many districts. The Tua Pek Kong Temple in the Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman is the oldest in Kuching, the capital city. This ornate temple is believed to have been built in 1843, more info…