Kuan Im Tng Temple is a prominent historical landmark on Tembeling Road. It is a traditional Chinese temple with Taoist and Buddhist Pantheon deities. It is a very well-managed temple with friendly environmental practices in place. The temple, most statues of Maitreya Buddha which depict a stout and laughing bald man in robes with a largely exposed pot belly stomach, were based on Budai’s appearance and is also because of this jolly smile, Maitreya Buddha, is commonly known as the ‘Laughing Buddha’. In addition, Kuan Im Tng Temple has a variety of Buddha statues. They have a counter where you can sign up for them to pray for you at major festivals and events.
Mon & Tue: Closed