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Timings : 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Time Required : 30 minutes

Best Time to Visit : 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Entry Fees : Free

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Chan See Shu Yuen Temple, Kuala Lumpur Overview

Situated at Jalan Petaling’s Southern end, the Chan See Shu Yuen Temple is regarded as one of the oldest and largest Buddhist temples in Kuala Lumpur. While the temple initially served the Chinese immigrants of the Chan clan, it is now open to all. The temple is popularly referred to as the Clan House of the Chan, Chen and Tan families since it houses the statues of the founding members of the clan.

The Chan See Shu Yuen Temple is adorned with intricate carvings, vivid paintings and symmetrical pavilions. Further, ut also depicts scenes and stories of Chinese legends through its carvings and paintings which further accentuate its beauty. You must plan a visit to the temple if you wish to get an insight into the Chinese culture and traditions.

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How to Reach Chan See Shu Yuen Temple

LRT: Pasar Seni is the closest station, located at 15-minutes walking distance.

Monorail: Alight at the Maharajalela Monorail station.

Bus: Bus number 68 Bomba, Bus 8, 22, 30, 62, 68; B112; BET 2; U 36, 40, 41, 49, 432 halt at Swiss Garden Hotel Jalan Pudu which is located close to the Chan See Shu Yuen Temple.

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