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Sin Sze Si Ya Temple is hailed as the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur. It is situated in one of the small streets in China town. The temple also functions as a cultural center for the city’s Chinese community and is usually filled with...More
If you happen to be in Petaling street or just finished visiting Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, then definitely head there. It is the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur. Don't let the entrance fool you because it is off the main street and there is...More
I visited this temple along with a friend and it is located near the Jalan Petaling area. It has a very small entrance. Students come here to pray before their exams for good luck. It is very tranquil and is filled with incense stick smell.
Being one of the oldest chinese temple in the city, it is extremely fascinating. Clicking pictures is allowed and the staff there is very friendly. She explained the significance of the temple and the various idols of the gods in it.
Response from ArunR1104 | Reviewed this property |
I have not talked to the fortune tellers in the temple. But most of the people in KL can speak English very fluently. Really a nice place. We were surprised to see that many spoke Hindi also in the temple.
From the front entrance of Central Market turn left and walk up the pedestrian street market (Bestari Walk) until you reach the first right hand turn. Turn right through the arched walkway and at the next right hand turn you... More
From the front entrance of Central Market turn left and walk up the pedestrian street market (Bestari Walk) until you reach the first right hand turn. Turn right through the arched walkway and at the next right hand turn you will see a backstreet to your right. The Temple Entrance is just on your left, approx. 20m along. Enjoy.