An impressive six-tiered Chinese temple, Thean Hou Temple was opened in 1987 and is dedicated to Thean Hou, the heavenly mother. It is the largest Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur and sits atop Robson’s Hill 6 mi (8 km) from the city center ... 

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Damian
Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
May 2012

Excellent guide and excellent sites! Particularly loved the Thean Hou Temple!

Doing what: Private Tour: Batu Caves and Temple Afternoon Tour from Kuala Lumpur

3 star rating: Worth doing
August 2014

I think both of us were disappointed with the Pulau Ketam Village itself. I guess we expected to see something different and all we saw was this place that was neglected, with rubbish scattered everywhere. Our guide, Bernie, was fantastic throughout the tour, quite knowledgeable and made sure we had a very enjoyable lunch on the island. The best parts of this tour are the visist to the "Blue Mosque" and the Thean Hou Temple. I will be telling my friends to visit these two places but I don't think I will be telling them to visit the village.

Doing what: Pulau Ketam Village Tour from Kuala Lumpur Including Thean Hou Temple

1 star rating: I do not recommend this
June 2011

There were only 2 of us on this tour and we had a driver who was also the tour guide. The van was old and quite dirty looking. The tour guide did not give much information - not the chatty type. He took us into Thean Hou temple and gave us a very brief explanation of the deities in the temple. But for Batu Caves, he refused to climb up the stairs and merely told us what to expect to see inside the temple.

Doing what: Batu Caves and Temple Tour from Kuala Lumpur

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