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Thailand Monk Prayers

It's a great Temple To Visit Whenever Comes Over To KL. Just Simply Insert Any Amount Of Money In A... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2017
Singapore, Singapore
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A Place We will Find Peace

First time here...out of a sudden checking online any special buddhist temple in KL and Wat Meh... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2017
Adriad C
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Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur 50400, Malaysia
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Reviewed 10 December 2017 via mobile

It's a great Temple To Visit Whenever Comes Over To KL. Just Simply Insert Any Amount Of Money In A Red Packet For The Thailand Monk To Pray & Blessing on You.

Thank Douglas1766
Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

First time here...out of a sudden checking online any special buddhist temple in KL and Wat Meh Liew came out. Used google map but found it at the back. Used Waze and YES, it leads me directly to the front of the temple which is...More

1  Thank Adriad C
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Wat Meh Liew Buddhist Temple is one of the relatively few Buddhist temples in Kuala Lumpur. It is hidden away amongst mature trees including the revered bodhi trees. It is more colourful than other wats and the Buddha are more lifelike. It also shows many...More

1  Thank Nomadman411978
Reviewed 22 November 2016

An old Thai Buddhist Temple that enables you to step out of the bustle of a capital city. Gentle walks and statues that do not intrude. Buddhist architects seem to get it just right. Highly recommended.

Thank SueJennings
Reviewed 6 October 2016

This temple was built in 1929 and can be considered the oldest Thai Buddhist temple in the city. It is located near the Tawakal Hospital and Bulatan Pahang and next door to the Surau Balai Islam Mosque. The chief Abbott has been in attendance here...More

1  Thank nellielim
Reviewed 18 June 2015

This Thai temple existed more than 3 decade. It is not a very popular and famous Thai temple in Kuala Lumpur. The other Thai temple is located along main road and very big temple structure erected which make them easy to spot. This temple is...More

2  Thank Long M
Reviewed 12 January 2014

Coordinates of the temple: 3° 10.502', 101° 41.874' When you exit Titiwangsa Station, head east along the north side of Jalan Tun Razak. Walk only about 200 meters from the station and then on your left side you will see a very small alley which...More

14  Thank patrickmeyer
Reviewed 4 September 2013

It was not easy to find but it's quite an easy to go place if you has found it for the first time. Not a very big temple but has its own parking spaces. Chief Abbott can speak Malay and there is another monk who...More

6  Thank PinkyJane88
Reviewed 4 November 2012

Not very well known to many even among locals, this temple is located near Monorial KL (Titwangsa station) or Ampang Line (Titiwangsa station), once you got down from the station walk towards Hospital Tawakal (on the your left side is an abandoned flat) until you...More

12  Thank MaxChin
Reviewed 11 November 2011

this is a thai buddhist temple that was built way back in 1929. so it actually has a history of over 80 yrs there's also a little counter selling thai buddha amulets, but the seller was not ard when i was there. the chief monk...More

6  Thank Liew Y
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