Thean Hou Temple Is Worth That Long Steep Uphill Drive

It was an unplanned visit to Thean Hou temple (天后宫) last weekend, a detour after dinner nearby at Seputeh.

Thean Hou temple is located on top of Robson Hill off Jalan Syed Putra. The steep slope uphill drive to the temple brings back fond memories of my teenage years. I reminisced the days when my elder brother’s car was too old for such uphill task (no pun intended).

 

Thean Hou temple during the day (Photo credit: Pravich Vutthisombut)

Magnificent. It’s how I would describe Thean Hou temple.

 

Work-in-progress for an even more beautiful scenery

Let there be light ….
As it is nearing Chinese New Year, there are sea of red lanterns hung up everywhere, and also more in progress. It was incredibly beautiful, as the temple was covered  with lighted lanterns. I am sure that the scenery will be even more jaw-dropping during Chinese New Year!

 

Come pray, pray to the Thean Hou Goddess
Big, medium, small also pray, pray
4 joss sticks after donation please
Still many devotee at night time
RM 10 candle donation

Sooo beautiful
Come pray for everything-good in the Year of Monkey!

 

Devotion forms
Or, you can also participate in Thean Hou temple’s activities as below:

  • Year of Monkey Lantern Festival (7/2-9/3/2016) : Lantern devotion – light an illuminating lantern for yourself and others during Chinese New Year with a prayer and a wish, at RM 48 (Individual) and RM 88 (Family)
  • Ushering The God of Prosperity (7/2/2016, 10pm) : Devotion – grand prayer ceremony at RM 68/set.

 

Stair lift is provided
There is a stair lift provided at Thean Hou temple, for lifting people up and down stairs. Such a thoughtful amenity provided for elderly and disable people. Thumbs up!!

 

 

Thean Hou Temple (天后宫)

65 Persiaran Endah, off Jalan Syed Putra (formerly Lornie Road), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Travel opens up a whole new world, which is cliche but true. I am a strong advocate for independent and solo travel. I was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but now live in Bangkok, Thailand, resulted from a chance encounter in 2009 with my why-are-you-Thai bf. I am now split between two countries. One country for my bf, another for the family, for the occasional weekend together.

One thought on “Thean Hou Temple Is Worth That Long Steep Uphill Drive

  • February 5, 2016 at 4:23 pm
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    pray pray for an awesome year ahead!

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