This temple was the third one along from the main road and was the least maintained. It was run down and sad to see beggars out the front. The 2 temples next door were well worth the visit for the artwork, statutes and caves.
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I guess its a place that is nostalgic. Just like the haw Paw Villa in spore - just not scary . My papa enjoy the 3 temples next to each other , offering prayer after prayer.
Same as Ling Sen Tong Temple, this temple with a typical Chinese style which located in a limestone cave, as an Asian like me, this is not a great tourist attraction.
I was here almost 30 years ago. I remembered the turtle pond was a round one. It is sad that today it has become half only. However the overall structure of this temple remains the same. You can buy Kang Kung and fish food for...More
An interesting place to visit because it is authentic and still well-visited by locals from near and far. It is one of a few temples in the area built into the cliffs, and good representation of architecture of these temples. Buy some vegetables at the...More
Nothing much to see and small in stature compared to other cave temples in Ipoh unless you just go there to pray. Do check out others when you are here in Ipoh especially Kek Lok Tong. It's easily accessible from the main road
The temple is large but not all places are accessible to public. There is a garden at the front of the temple and we bought fish food to feed the many fishes in the pond. There is also a turtle pond, you have to walk...More
Sam Poh Tong Cave Temple is one of the oldest ones in Ipoh. The outside is beautifully landscaped with a garden with bonsai trees and a large pond full of fishes.It is a cool place in a hot day. We saw a turtle and monkeys....More