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 curves to the left behind a building. Follow this alley about 40 meters and the temple is straight ahead.
Hint: DO NOT try to approach the temple from the north via Jalan 65c or Jalan 3/65c. Despite what Google Maps shows, neither of these roads connect to Jalan Tun Razak. They dead-end just about 5 meters north of the temple, but a large wall obstructs entrance from that side. You must enter the temple from the south!
Another hint: The intersection/massive roundabout of Jalan Tun Razak and Bulatan Pahang and Jalan Pahang looks un-pedestrian friendly from satellite view, but it in fact has a very nice pedestrian pathway/tunnel running north-south through the entire thing. So, when you exit the temple and want to walk south, walk about 30 meters east along Jalan Tun Razak and then you will see stairs heading down to the tunnel that goes entirely to the other side of this tremendous intersection.
Okay, the temple itself: VERY cool little temple with very intricate shrines outside and a large buddha inside. If there's no one around, don't let that worry you. Just take your shoes off and head in. There are two small metal gates outside the front door which I believe are there to prevent dogs from entering (I saw 2 dogs on the property). Just open the gates and head in. There was a man working there and keeping an eye on things. And there was a monk there who offered prayer services. While I was there a family came in and prayed with him (see pix).
Overall this is a cool little stop, requiring no more than 30-40 minutes, but if you are nearby you should definitely check it out!!
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