Thean Hou Temple is one of the largest Chinese temples in South-East Asia. This temple is worshipped largely in coastal areas of China and is the protector of those who make their living from the sea.Upon reaching the temple shrine, you will be amazed by the dragon-inspired columns and pagoda rooftops. It is also a perfect place to relax and enjoy the panoramic view of the temple set against the Kuala Lumpur skyline
Located on top of Robson Hill off Jalan Syed Putra, the Thean Hou Temple is one of the largest Chinese temples in South-East Asia. The decorative beams, spectacular roofs, domed ceiling, calligraphic couplets, murals and elaborate embellishments reflect the features of Chinese architectural beauty in Malaysia.
Tien Hou Temple is a chinese style temple. It is belonged to the chinese Hainan association. The temple is located in a residential area away from downtown KL. It is on top of a hill. Throughout the year, there will be several chinese festivals being held here. The attached picture is taken during the chinese new year festival.
Thean Hou Buddhist Temple is said to be the largest Buddhist temple. It is also near the Mid-Valley shopping centre. It is worth a visit for Buddhist. It is also a good spot to go for taking pictures.
Located on top of Robson Hill, off Jalan Syed Putra, the Thean Hou Temple is one of the largest Chinese temple in South East Asia...Opened in 1989, the temple was built with decorative beams, spectacular roofs, domed ceiling, calligraphic couplets, murals and elaborate embellishments reflecting the beauty of Chinese architecture...
The temple has 4 levels with the main temple shrine located on the third floor... Inside the temple, the Thean Hou Goddess sits majestically between the Goddess of the Waterfront (or Swei Mei Goddess) and the Goddess of Mercy, know in Chinese as Kuan Yin...
Outside on the right of the main temple is the Kuan Yin fountain where devotees and visitors can drink the water from the sprout held by Kuan Yin for blessings...
Took a while for us to find it and yes once we got there we didn't really know how to get back to the city centre again but it was definatly worth the dodgy bus ride with lots of scarey people. Thean Hou is huge and best seen at night when it's all light up by millions of fairy lights. You could nose into virtually every nook and cranny and explore everywhere in the temple. We were fortunate to stumble across some sort of celebration and saw a performance of chinese dragons. The views of KL from Thean Hou were amazing too. Don't forget to make your wish and receive your fortune.
Thean Hou Temple is a building which has the richest features of Chinese Architectural beauty in Malaysia. In one of the out sides there is a fountain of holy watter. Its main attractions include Balustrades, decorative Beams, Domed ceiling. Souvenir Stall, Restaurant ... and Wishing Well
Like in other chinese temple you can see your future. In the pic my friend Angela reading her future paper.
You want to know what I get:
"A GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER"
"ONE WITH A HEART OF GOLD WITH ATTRACT PATRONS TO HELP HIM TO PROGRESS AND SUCCESS. IT WILL BE PLAIN SAILING FOR VENTURES EMBARKED UPON."
HONOUR & MERIT: PROSPECTS OF ACHIVEMENT GOOD.
MARRIAGE: PERFECT MARRIAGE.
HEALTH: NEED PATRONAGE FOR COMPLETE RECOVERY
CHANGE OF ABODE OR PROFESSION AND TRAVEL : GOOD
All that tolds me my wishing paper... well... what can I say??