Master Sishiye Temple is one of the oldest temples in Malaysia. It was built in 1864 and is one of the temples worshipped by the people of Kuala Lumpur. In the center of the main hall, there is a shrine dedicated to the statue of the Four Masters of Immortality. On the left, the attached shrine is Guanyin Hall, which is dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva.
There are many tourist attractions and famous snacks on the way to Chinatown Cichang Street. It's really a way to eat all the way. A lot of scenic spots are passing by when I tell my brother, and then ask me if I can go in and see them. It's really sunbathed. I absolutely don't want to spend an extra minute without air conditioning, so basically I refused. Moreover, Xiaoya has always kept in mind her mother's teachings, not wandering around the temple, not wanting to worship Bodhisattva wishes, to be cautious and responsible. And when you enter the temple, you can't shoot at will. Since we can't worship and take photos at will, what are we going to do in there? So hot, hurry to find a place to eat and sit down and blow the air conditioner. Just went to Baidu Encyclopedia and said that this temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur. Founded in 1864, it has been more than 100 years since then. It seems that the reputation here is really very loud. I don't know it until now without making a strategy. I really don't know Mount Tai.
Kuala Lumpur is a temple with a long history and a great reputation. But I didn't see many people coming in. Maybe the instructions were not clear, or they were attracted by snacks. When they came in, they saw many tributes and people sincerely prayed for incense. I just looked around and ran away.
Unlike Hindu temples, you don't need to take off your shoes here. Some local people often come here, write their wishes on paper, and hang them in the temple. The temple is also famous for divination. Masters help to solve the problem, but they are all paid services. Visiting the temple alone is free.
_Coordinates: Master Xiansi is opposite Cichang Street (Chinatown) in Kuala Lumpur, next to the famous Lifeng dining room_Recommendation: I also came to eat Lifeng when waiting for a car on the roadside to find the temple is actually not big, but on the roadside is still very striking, Dama has a long history of a temple is also a place with a large number of Chinese people, so there is also a custom of building temples to worship and eulogize for. Built in memory of Master Xian and his apprentices, Master Four