Junction of Lebuh Pudu and Jalan Tun H.S Lee
This is the oldest Taoist temple in the city with a history dating back to 1864. Built by Chinese Kapitan Yap Ah Loy, one of the founding fathers of Kuala Lumpur, it features an ornate interior and elaborate roof ridges. The temple pays tribute to the deities, Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya. The oracles of the former were said to have guided Yap Ah Loy during the Selangor Civil War. Its rather unusual position behind several shop houses is believed to have been determined by geomancy or feng shui, creating an unusual angle of the walls, arches and stairways. Tel: 03-2078 9052 Getting there: Take the Putra LRT to the Pasar Seni Station or the KL Monorail to the Maharajalela Station. The temple is about a 10-minute walk away. It is also easily accessible on foot from Chinatown.