There are many tourist attractions and well-known snacks along the Petaling Street in Chinatown. It is really a way to eat all the way. Many attractions are when I pass by, I will tell my brother, and then ask me if I can go in. It's really scorched. I definitely don't want to stay in a place without air conditioning for one more minute, so I basically refused it. Moreover, Xiaoya always keeps in mind her mother's teaching, don't go to temples casually, can't casually worship Bodhisattva and make wishes, be cautious and responsible. And when you enter the temple, you can't shoot randomly. Since you can't just bye bye and take photos, why do you go in? It's so hot, it's more realistic to find a place to eat and sit down and blow air-conditioning. I just went to Baidu Baike and said that this Sinsi Shiye Temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur. It was founded in 1864 and it has been more than a hundred years. It seems that the reputation here is really strong. I only know now that I have not done a strategy. I really don't know Taishan.
This is when you are going around in the district, just drop by. There is nothing worth studying. Those who like humanities and those who like religion can check it out.
In the bustling and busy city life, there is such a temple, which seems to block the hustle and bustle outside, and it is very peaceful. Part of the tourists come to visit, and part of it is local people come to pray for blessings.
Xiansi Shiye Temple is the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur, but the site is very small, located on a small street in a Chinese town. The temple is also the cultural center of the urban Chinese community. There will be celebrations and sacrifices on important occasions such as the Lunar New Year.
This is a Taoist temple and the oldest one still standing in Malaysia. It's a must-see on a wander in Chinatown. Beautiful lanterns around and design. I came here during the day but consider coming here at night when everything is lit up.
Sin Sze Si Ya Temple (also called as Sze Yah Temple) is a Chinese temple located at 14A Lebuh Pudu, close to the Central Market of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is built by Yap Ah Loy's for two deities who help guide him during the Selangor Civil War. The temple is the oldest Taoist temple in the city.
Sin Sze Si Ya Temple also called as Sze Yah Temple is a Chinese temple located at 14A Lebuh Pudu, close to the Central Market of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.It is built by Yap Ah Loy's for two deities who help guiding him during the Selangor Civil War. The temple is the oldest Taoist temple in the city.
Xiansi Shiye Temple is one of the oldest temples in Malaysia. The temple was built in 1864 and is one of the temples enshrined by the people of Kuala Lumpur. There is a shrine in the center of the main hall of the Xiansi Shiye Temple, which enshrines the statue of the Xiansi Shiye, and the attached shrine on the left is the Guanyin Hall, which enshrines the Guanyin Bodhisattva.