The temple is a chinese buddhist temple located a bit outside of the city centre.The architecture is very beautiful.It has multiple floors that you can climb to and see the view of the city from the top.You’re allowed to enter the temple but you have to take your shoes off at the door.I highly reccomend this temple
The Tianhou Palace in Kuala Lumpur is large in scale, and its architectural style is very pure Chinese classical style. It is beautiful and worth visiting. As a tourist attraction, without admission fees, it has become a little more religious than the domestic temples which are circled and paid to visit. At the bottom, there are many restaurants and small tourist shops, which are economical and affordable and bring great convenience to tourists. There are also Malaysian Chinese who marry there, bringing more humane care and religious compassion than the moneymaking temples in China, which is worth visiting.
Worth going! The place where Chinese culture is inherited happens to be the fifteenth day of the lunar calendar. There is also a free meal: porridge! The incense is in full swing, worshiping Mazu Niang. At the same time, it's Hainan Guild Hall. It's almost Qingming Festival. The Hall of the Guild Hall is broadcasting a cultural lecture on Qingming Festival. Praise! Fabulous! Fabulous!
I took my two daughters with me. The whole thing was good. The pictures were beautiful. On the ground floor is the marriage registration office. There are 12 statues of the zodiac and the statue of the moon-old. It's a good way to take pictures, but it's not very convenient to take a taxi back.
Leshengling Tianhou Palace has a strong Chinese flavor, which makes people feel like walking into Chinese temples. But unlike in China, fragrant oil money is totally determined by their own mind. It doesn't matter whether they give it or not. No one will disturb them when they kneel and draw lots.
Thean Hou Buddist Temple is also called (Queen of Heaven}, one of the largest Chinese temples in South east Asia. This temple looked majestic and the art design is in Chinese style.Every year the tourists from all over the world came here to pray and admire this temple. If you are very serious and sincere, sure you will fulfilled your wishes.
Thean Hou Temple appears to be a popular destination for local community to pray to their Buddhist Gods. Named after the Goddest Tian Hou (heavenly mother). Beautiful architecture and sculptures, lots of photograph opportunities. Not accessible by public transport, you can only get there by taxi.
It's a very common temple, but it's usually called Tianhou Palace in foreign countries. It may be cheaper. There are not many people. Unlike those selling incense everywhere in China, what we pray for is to add the fragrant oil freely and invite a note of incense. It won't cause smoke. I think it's very good.
Tien Hou Palace in Le Sheng Ling is one of the best tourist destinations in Kuala Lumpur. Visits are free and there is a chance to see the beautiful scenery of the city because the temple is situated on the top of the mountain. During the Spring Festival, the whole temple is decorated with lanterns, and there are Chinese Zodiac statues in the big garden outside.