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Batu Caves
1
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Added by  Iswariya   ·  October 10, 2012  
4360   4   0
One of the most sacred places in Kuala Lumpur for Hindus. It consists of one big cave and 3 small caves for people to explore. The limestone forming Batu...
72%
Good
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(10 Reviews)
Masjid Negara
2
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 13, 2012  
2241   2   0
The National Mosque of Malaysia can accommodate up to 15,000 people praying inside it at any given time. Visiotrs and non-Muslims are allowed to tour the building outside of...
83%
Very Good
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(2 Reviews)
Kek Lok Si Temple (极乐寺)
3
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Added by  Kooooon   ·  October 18, 2012  
4289   7   0
Kek Lok Si Temple is translated from Penang Hokkien and has the meaning of "Temple of Supreme Bliss" or "Temple of Sukhavati". Kek Lok Si Temple stands majestically on...
89%
Very Good
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(2 Reviews)
Sin Sze Si Ya Temple
4
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 15, 2012  
2567   2   0
A temple built by Yap Ah Loy. He was the founding father of Kuala Lumpur.
50%
Average
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(1 Reviews)
Arulmigu Sri Ramalinga Eeswarar Temple
5
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 14, 2012  
2342   2   0
This Shiva temple is one of the most renowned in KL. Visitors are advised to observe the dress code.
60%
Above Average
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(1 Reviews)
Wat Meh Liew Buddhist Temple
6
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 14, 2012  
2955   2   0
A temple built by a Thai Buddhist. It was built way back in 1929.
83%
Very Good
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(1 Reviews)
Jamek Mosque
7
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 13, 2012  
1924   2   0
Build in the area of the first Malay graveyard, IT has beautiful architecture 
80%
Very Good
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(1 Reviews)
Acheen Street Mosque
8
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 02, 2012  
2143   2   0
This well-known mosque, also called Masjid Melayu (Malay Mosque), is located on the southern end of George Town, on Lebuh Acheh. A witness to a once glorious past, the...
85%
Very Good
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(1 Reviews)
Dharmikarama Burmese Temple
9
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  December 01, 2012  
2984   2   0
Dharmikarama Burmese Temple is the only Burmese Buddhist temple outside Myanmar. Located in Georgetown Penang, it stands opposite Wat Chayamangkalaram Temple, with a pair of large stone elephants flanking...
93%
Brilliant
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(1 Reviews)
Floating Mosque
10
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Added by  maniakidd   ·  January 04, 2013  
2530   2   0
When the tide comes in, the mosque looks like it is floating on water. Hence the name.Non-Muslims are not allowed to step inside the mosque which is a shame...
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