The Kuan Yin Temple in the Royal Town of Klang is a heritage building that is more than 100 years old.
Kuan Yin Temple (Kuan Imm Teng) Klang
30, Jalan Raya Barat,
41000 Klang, Selangor
Located about a kilometer from the Indian Muslim Mosque (Masjid India Muslim Tengku Kelana), the Kuan Yin Temple is one of many heritage buildings in the Royal Town of Klang.
The round archways and intricately carved pillars, roofs and doors of the temple is a testament to the skills and abilities of the craftsmen who built the complex over a century ago in 1892.
The recently refurbished temple was at one point almost demolished due to a termite infestation, but was saved through the intervention of Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah who acknowledged it as one of the Royal Town’s legacies.
The temple is today managed by the Persatuan Penyokong Rumah Berhala Kwan Imm, Klang, and is part of the free Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk organized by the city’s municipal council.
The temple grounds also houses a garden with a koi fish pond offering a moment of peace amidst the hustle and bustle of Klang.
Entry to the temple is free.
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How to get to Kuan Yin Temple, Klang
Driving is the best way to get here. Klang is well connected to the rest of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur via the Federal, NKVE, SKVE and KESAS highways.