Landmark Kuala Lumpur: Temple Tien Hou
The largest Chinese temple is not only in the city, but also in the whole country, Van Tian Khow is dedicated to the goddess of mercy and stands on the sublime south of the center of Kuala Lumpur. This is an impressive and solemn complex, which was built from 1981 to 1987 and combines the features of both the classical Chinese architectural style and modern details. All the buildings of the lush complex are richly decorated with manual carvings and painting; At the entrance cost bright doors-tori. From the Robson Hill, on which the temple complex is located, a beautiful view of the megalopolis opens.
Van Tian Khow unites all the most common religious flows in China: Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. The largest structure on the territory of the complex height in four floors has several altars for adherents of each of them. In addition, there is a dining room, a hall for prayer and souvenir shops. The temple has a landscaped garden, where they grow herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine. Here there is an artificial reservoir with many turtles. Tourists in the temple are waiting for simple and pleasant entertainment, alleviating well-being in the future: "Warehouse wall", Gaden mechanism I "Track of happiness".
Entrance to the Temple Tian Hou in Kuala Lumpur
In the courtyard of the temple Tian Hou, decorated with Chinese lanterns on the occasion of the new year
The temple is built on the canons of the traditional Chinese architectural school
Working hours: daily from 9:00 to 18:00
Ticket price: is free
Address: 65 Persiaran Endah
How to get: The most convenient to get to the Taxi Temple either by Rapid KL by train