|Entrance to the temple.|
Kuan Ti, whose historical name was Guan Yu, was also known as Guan Gong or Wudi, the Chinese
|A place to burn items for the departed.|
The entrance to the temple is directly open to the street s and billows of incense smoke should lead you to it. Visitors will be greeted by the two Guardian Gods of the temple standing ostentatiously outside, on either side of the entrance. In front of them are 2 stone lions or sometimes knows as foo dogs. These are placed here to ward off negative vibes.
|Coils of incense hung at the entrance to the temple.|
|Worshippers at the temple.|
It is a good opportunity to visit the temple if you’re in the vicinity of Petaling street and it also provides great photo opportunities.
Text and photographs by David de la Harpe