The 6-tiered Thean Hou Temple, located in Kuala Lumpur, is one of the largest and most beautiful temples in Southeast Asia. Dedicated to three Chinese Goddesses, it is extremely colourful and lies on top of Robson Hill, offering a spectacular view. What makes it popular is the melange of traditional practices with modern architecture.
It is a hill that has series of caves and cave temples. It has an enormous cave temple which has immense religious significance. It actually is a great place for those who have a fondness for caves and temples and geography and yes, little bits of history. It is full of monkeys and the best part is its location and must climb 330 stairs to get to the top of it. It is a Hindu temple but visited by most of the tourists.
Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, located in Chinatown area of Kuala Lumpur, is the oldest temple of Goddess Mariamman, the manifestation of Goddess Parvati and the oldest Hindu temple in the city. The Mariamman Temple is beautifully crafted and designed in the Dravidian architecture, having a Raja Gopuram Tower at the entrance. It is a symbol of the divine power of God and the positivity of his place of worship especially for the Tamils who look upon Goddess Mariamman as their protector in an unknown land.
Located in Brickfields, it is a popular temple in Malaysia which is over a century old, attracting devotees from all over Asia. It is considered to be one of the most orthodox temples in the country. A Maha Kumbhabhishekham (an annual consecration ceremony) is held every year in the temple premises inviting devotees from all over the country.
Shree Lakshminarayan Mandir in Kuala Lumpur is the abode of Lakshminarayan, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu and his wife Goddess Lakshmi. Attached to the temple are a community centre, multi-purpose halls, and a classroom for spiritual and educational lessons. Located near the Jalan Ipoh Road, the temple is open for four hours each in the morning and evening.