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Malaysia Temples

This is a market place where most of the Indian origins hang around. There are many shops and eateries around which sell Indian goods and food. Lots of options for food, indian grocery shopping and temples. It gives you a mini home away from home feeling. The streets at Little India are always packed with [...]

The Temple of the Chan Clan

Every Chinese homes or buildings, traditionally, would have an altar. This is in fact a library or a place to study. the Chan clan has built many such institution wherever they are. Much of the structure and design remains as original as it is. Beautifully done. No where one is able to find such craftsmen [...]

Getting Two Countries for The Price of One

I always felt a sense of calmness whenever I visit this particular wat. The surroundings have not changed much over the years. The reclining Buddha at Wat Photivihan is probably the most well known in Tumpat, Kelantan. It is often mistakenly described as South East Asia's biggest reclining Buddha but that honour goes to the [...]

I've been to this temple few times over the last few years. The location of this temple is located closer to Chinatown. Its a very busy location. This temple has a lots of history to it. Very nicely built temple. It feels so peaceful and divine to be at this temple. The staff are maintaining [...]

A Temple That Tells Where Great Fortune Lies

It is not the biggest, it is not the oldest, it is not the most sumptuous, but it is the most authentic. Hard to find (it stands in an unattractive part of Chinatown, surrounded by decrepit small buildings) this taoist temple was built in 1864 and remains an oasis of serenity and popular religious fervor.Take [...]