The Sze Ya Temple or Sin Sze Si Ya Temple is one of the oldest and most revered Buddhist temples in Malaysia. At times, it is ... More
Sze Ya Temple
The Sze Ya Temple or Sin Sze Si Ya Temple is one of the oldest and most revered Buddhist temples in Malaysia. At times, it is referred to as the Yap Ah Loy's temple. Originally housed in a small hut, the temple was rebuilt in 1882 in brick and tiles comprising a main hall and two side halls. It was built by Kapitan Cina Yap Ah Loy in memory of Kong Seng, a tin mine tycoon who was murdered in one of the many confrontations between tycoons from Kuala Lumpur and Seremban. Sze Ya is tucked behind shops and houses, creating the unusual angles of the walls, arches and stairways.
Sitting atop a hill overlooking Jalan Syed Putra is the imposing Thean Hou Temple. This magnificent religious monument is one
of the largest Chinese temples outside the Orient. The grandiose building was designed in an interesting combination of modern ...
One of Kuala Lumpur's hot attractions, the planetarium offers visitors an insight into mankind's new frontier: outer space. Located atop
the scenic Lake Gardens, the National Planetarium is a center for space and science studies, offering exciting astronomy exhibitions. ...
Chinatown's Petaling Street is one of Kuala Lumpur's most popular tourist destinations. In the evenings, part of the road is
closed to traffic and it transforms itself into a bustling night market. A line of stalls come to life ...
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