Wan Loong Chinese Temple, Port Dickson Overview

Located on the 7th mile of Port Dickson coastal road, Wan Loong Chinese Temple is a Buddhist Chinese Temple in Malaysia. Wan Loong means 'Dragon of the Clouds' and has been built to pay respects to several deities including the Monkey King and Kuan Yin (the Goddess of Mercy).

The Wan Loong Temple has an aesthetic colourful appeal with its traditional architecture comprising of carved Chinese motifs and dragons. The fortress wall of the temple and the pools full of colourful fishes and a giant turtle are its exclusive features. There is a tortoise in the temple pond which is believed to bring good luck on touching it.

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It is recommended to visit Wan Loong Temple between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM to be able to avoid the excessive crowd.

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