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A big Buddhist Temple with modern layout. It has 3 main praying hall dedicated to Bodhisattva, Guanyin (Kwan Im), and Guanyu (Kwan Kong).
It also has a vegetarian restaurant behind the 3 main hall, schools (from preschool to university) and boarding house for students and...More
One of the biggest temple in Batam. There were 3 big main Halls and a restaurant.
When we were there one Sunday, there was a wedding ceremony in the main hall.
The place is bustling with activities with many children attending classes.The food at the...More
Impressive temple with 3 main halls for prayers. There is also a vegetarian restaurant selling vegetarian food . Visited on a Sunday and the restaurant was opened. There was also a souvenir shop selling Buddhist related gifts. Clean and serene place to visit.
If you are a tourist, you should visit this temple, its the largest temple in batam and it's very grand and magnificent. I enjoy visiting this area, you can get great stuff at the gift shop or at the food canteen! Buy the BAO, its...More
Not the most aesthetically pleasing Buddhist temple i've seen, but the vast grounds and clean surroundings earn itself some brownie points. There are the usual Buddha images and areas where people can burn their incense and offer prayers. There is a restaurant and food stalls...More
Went there because it was a well known tourist destination.
Honestly was quite surprised how big the temple was. You have to take your shoes off before entering the hall where the bhudda statues are located. There is also a gift shop if you wanna...More
Huge temple. Modern and mostly new but extraordinarily beautiful. The plan is to make it the biggest in the world. Huge Buddhist statues. Free entry. Gift shop and vegetarian restaurant (did not use it though). The staff were immensely helpful very eager to answer questions....More
I was expecting more. It is large but somewhat disappointing exterior. Very sparse. Internally I've seen more spectacular temples. We were met by a guide that gave us a brief tour even though I explained I was a Buddhist myself he was pleasant enough to...More