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Find your spiritual inner peace in Thean Hou Temple.

Find your spiritual inner peace in Thean Hou Temple.

Interested to go on a spiritual journey? If you are keen to experience the spiritual side of Kuala Lumpur, there are multiple choices where you will get what you want. Malaysia is a country filled with extensive religious beliefs and practices. Temples, mosques and shines all over the country provides a sense of faith and worship for the citizens.

The Temple 

Thean Hou Temple is one of the biggest Chinese temple in South East Asia. The 6 tiered colossal architecture overlooking the gorgeous views over Kuala Lumpur, is a picturesque worthy location. Built in the early 80’s, the display of hundreds of Chinese lanterns makes this spot a photographers. This six-tiered temple is posses a mix of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism beliefs and design elements. The 7 million ringgit temple is devoted to the god of Mazu, the god of the Sea. With more than 20% of Buddhist devotees in Malaysia, the Sea god is one of the most worshiped statues as many of the Chinese Malaysians who came to this country are from Chinese Junk boats from China. Filled with statues and folklore figurines, this is a small quiet getaway to serenity and peace

 

God of Mazu ( God of the Sea) Shrine

Highlights 

The temple houses multiple celebrations and events based on the Chinese calendar. The grand celebrations of Goddess of Thean Hou, Goddess Kuan Yin and the Goddess of the Waterfront are organised and hosted by the board members of the temple. During the Chinese New Year, this temple is filled with events and crowds to pray for the new year. Cultural dances and lighting festivals are common practices in every Chinese new year celebration which spans to almost a week long. Thean Hou Temple is a popular wedding venue among the Chinese local community. Couples come to the temple to perform their marriage registration with their family and friends under the legal committee of the temple.Among other actives available here are fortune telling and traditional Chinese martial arts and meditation clinics such as Qigong, Tai-chi and Wushu classes.
Chinese New Year Offerings
Marriage Registration

Chinese Lantern Festival

 

Directions to Thean Hou Temple. 

Getting to the location itself via monorail would need you to walk beside heavy traffic to the opening junction of the temple. Since the temple is located up on the hill, the hike up would be quite tiring for some and I would suggest you to use Grabcar or Uber to get to the destination. However, if you dont mind the walk up, it is much safer to do it in the morning or evening. I would not recommend for you to walk up there at night because it is rather quiet and dark.

Head to your nearest monorail station and board the train heading to KL Sental. Once you arrive at Tun Sambathan Station, cross the bridge and head towards Kuen Cheng School. The school will be on your left. You are now walking with the traffic on the other side of the road. Walk ahead until you reach a split road.  Head straight and you will see a signboard at the junction where it points you to the direction of the temple. Follow the sign and you will arrive at the temple.

Tourist Info

Thean Hou Temple
Opening Hours: Daily: 09:00 – 20:00
Address: 65 Persiaran Endah, Off Jalan Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan 50460
Tel: +603 227 4 7088

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