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We walked to this place from Allium hotel and on the hot day is is some challenge especially that you have to walk along in the streets.
Surprised to see two different religions and two different temples under "the same roof". Indonesia.
Apart from religious prayers or just to view the many artifacts of statues on display, the stalls at the side has some great food. The coffee was amazingly great ( stall in the middle row by one elder couple) and the lor mee was fantastic...More
just a new area open up beside the Tua Pek Kong Temple, nothing much inside, maybe its not ready for public
head that that have something like "sunday school" for kids to attend and also saw some offices inside.
very grand and nice place actually,...More