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I came here with my wife and daughter who was 4 at the time.; We had spent the morning wandering around the small streets that surround the Jonker walk when we came upon this place. We wandered in to have a look. We thought it...More
The Cheng Hoon Teng or also known as the Green Cloud Temple is the oldest functioning temple in Malaysia and is dedicated to Kwan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. A must visit for those who are around the area - not too far a walk...More
It is a very old temple which houses the Kuan Yin deity. Look at the unique architecture of the buildings. Recently, it went for some restoration works During the 1st & 15th Chinese lunar calendar you will see many devotees offering prayers in this temple
It costs nothing to have a look around. Certainly worth the effort to seek it out and also short respite from the heat outside. Don't have to remove footwear. I ventured upstairs and enjoyed a cool breeze on the balcony.
Just remember to be quiet...More
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is a nice temple situated in Jonker Street, Melaka, Malaysia. You can wear shoes to go in there. You can take photos as well. No one will restrict you. It is a nice must visit in Jonker, and in Melaka. Keep...More
Oldest temple in Melaka. Located in the old town of Melaka and not too far from Jonker Street. Detailed architecture with beautiful roofs and beams both inside and outside the temple. Internal - beautiful covered with red and gold . The temple is extremely well...More
This is possibly the most beautiful temple in Melaka with its over-decorated splendid gate, Chinese style roof, colourful statues, beams and carvings.
It is the oldest existing Chinese temple in Malaysia and it was built and patronized by the Kapitan Cina (the leaders of the...More
The Cheng Hoon Teng temple is a Chinese temple practicing the Three Doctrinal Systems of Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism and is also the oldest functioning temple in Malaysia. The temple is beautifully crafted and very well-maintained too. It is very historical and you can see...More
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During my visit earlier, observed some of the tourists with shorts & sleeveless 🎽 too. There was no ❌ signboard mentioned about specific dress code required though. Hope my sharing helps ya ☺️😊
Do enjoy your visit 😃😁