Seaside temple with plenty thing to see. A good landscape and seaside backdrop making a magnificent sunset place. Don't go in the afternoon cause not much shaded places to hide from the sun.
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looking for something to fill in a few hours we drove from Ipoh and wasn't disappointed. Interesting and busy enough without being crowded. Food available and people very friendly. Enjoyed the different areas, well laid out. Not much else in area and would need own...More
Not much is heard about this temple, posters and advertisements are scarce. Malaysian tourist pamphlet does not include this attraction too (maybe the officers do not know). There are ample parking spaces for buses and cars (easily exceed 1000 parking bays). My assumption this is...More
I was looking for somewhere to go which was nearby when i stumbled upon the temple. It is situated by the sea and its breezy all day. There were a lot of statues in the temple small and big. A nice place for photographers. A...More
In truth, and given the long drive from KL, only went to this temple because it was recommended to my wife and she wanted to visit. However, it significantly exceeded my expectations. Although obviously new, and in some respects still not completely finished, it definitely...More
Sitiawan is small town so there are not much attractions. However we tried this temple. The temple itself good enough and beautiful but it's not worth a drive. We thought view of ocean might be something to see but the banks were muddy and so...More
We visited this temple on Sept 2016 during school holiday. When we stayed at Ipoh,some local recommend this attraction to us. It is a big temple.To me it is more likely a Chinese style villa. We spend 30 min to look around.Beside this temple there...More