Representing elements from Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism, the temple’s construction is a sight to be admired. Spectacular roofs, impressive pillars, intricate decorations and carvings are some photo worthy aspects of the shrine.
The temple is also a popular wedding venue and hosts traditional Chinese exercise and martial arts activities like as Qigong and wushu.
If you are not here to pray, you could buy some souvenirs or eat at the at the base of the temple. It is also a good idea to relax and unwind at the temple’s front upper deck and watch a great hill view of the city.
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Take bus number 7 or 52 from the Klang bus station, then walk up hill.
By monorail Get off at the Tun Sambanthan station, cross the Jalan Syed Putra using overpass and walk up hill.