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If you have seen a 100 or so temples already, this one might be common for you, but I really enjoyed seeing it. Amazed to be in the middle of the city and still have the remarkable calmness and beauty.
The colours and detailed artwork is spectacular. The entrance is only the beginning to a beautiful Hindu temple with amazing statues and paintings. You need to take off your shoes and leave it at a little booth beside the temple for a small fee.
This is one of the most beautiful Hindu temples I've seen anywhere and in the middle of the hustle and bustle of downtown KL. If the architecture doesn't grab you, perhaps the quiet and serenity inside will.
It is a beautiful South Indian Temple dedicated to Goddess Mariamman. I visited it along with a friend. Before entering the temple we had to leave our shoes outside. Inside the temple you have various idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. It is located close...More
One of three temples within this area it commands a grand front entrance onto the street. Very ornate and decorative facade. Unfortunately one has to take ones shoes off to enter which I fully understand I was willing to carry in a bag but this...More
I briefly visited the Sri Maha Mariammam Temple on Lebuh Queen in the afternoon. The detailed architecture was beyond my expectations, with a prominent dome and entrance tower. The colours of the carvings and sculptures was vibrant and delightful. This is the oldest Hindu temple...More