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Visited this place on a public holiday, but it wasn't too crowded. It was quite alright. So if you're planning to sightsee during a public holiday, don't worry, this place is open to all!
There are 3 cave chambers in this place however they are...More
Kudos to the temple management as the cave and park was very well maintained. Even though its a functioning place of worship but the overall ambience also caters to non-worshippers like us. The limestones formations were amazing and the zen garden was very serene and...More
My favourite of the caves in Ipoh. The cave itself is huge including a lot of stalactites and temple sites surrounded by nice scenery. Highly recommend you to put it on your itinerary when you are in Ipoh!
Nice place to visit and see the wonder of nature forming the different shape in the cave. And the cave is still growing and changing as there is small water flowing in between the limestone rock. From the cave, there is a Zen Garden with...More
If u are looking for thgs to do whilst in Ipoh, try this place. Not too far from City ctr, about 30mns drive.
The place is welcoming, clean and tidy. No smells from the typical caves you'd expect.
Cave's limestone formations are fantastic too. Good...More
Response from thevas2017 | Reviewed this property |
There is a big parking lot where bus & cars are parked and it is sandy definitely you cannot carry out your activities there so there is no choice for you other then to have your activities at the zen gardens and it also... More
There is a big parking lot where bus & cars are parked and it is sandy definitely you cannot carry out your activities there so there is no choice for you other then to have your activities at the zen gardens and it also depends the type of activity as it should be a very simple one for e.g, have them seated in a circle put a handkerchief behind anyone of them and run around and maybe like 10 children standing in a row passing a balloon filled with water backwards from the front child to the 10th child at the back something like that it is my opinion only.you can think of something when you are there yourself
The entry is free, you can buy some fish food to feed the carp. I believe the local businesses and community upkeep the temple through their patronage. You may make offerings and it is strictly voluntary.