An interesting building, with free entry. A bit of a building site when we visited, but still calm and a nice stop on any tour of KL.
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Closed in August 2016 for renovation. However the exterior itself is accessible and well worth a look. Situated at the bottom of Petaling Street this is an old Chinese residence with elaborate decoration on the exterior including large friezes containing numerous carved figures from historical...More
This is Attractive hand art in this temples, haw the mans can do if you not see you never compare it. so I request to visitor for visit this Temple.
This is actually a traditional Chinese association hall and not a temple per se. But because of it's over 100 years of history, it has been mistaken as a temple. The architecture and intricate carvings are still amazing. When I was there, a group of...More
If you're walking around Petaling Street, feel free to drop by Chan See Shu Yuen Temple to check out it's uniqueness around this area. My friends from outstation too will drop by.
Saw a couple reviews for this place, and I have a small correction to made, this is not a buddhist temple nor any religious temple. This is an Ancestral Hall for the Chen clan. Concept of ancestor and family lineage is very import in traditional...More
It is located close to the Maharalela LRT Station. Walk down the stairs you will pass the Kuan Yin temple. It faces the Chinese Assembly Hall Building. Built sometime around 1890's and it has been restored and well mantained. It was first built as Kongsi...More
Located in Petaling Street, this is one of the largest and oldest Buddhist temple in Malaysia. Built in the 1900's, it depicts Southern Chinese architecture with intricately carved roof, paintings, wood carvings and ceramic fixtures. Originally built as a clan house, it serves as a...More