This is a famous Hindu temple in Melaka, nearby jonker street. It looks nothing special from outside but interesting indoor
About Sri Pogyatha Vinoyagar Moorthi Temple
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Sri Pogyatha Vinoyagar Moorthi Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Malaysia having been built in 1781. It's facade is more restrained than many temples and it's opening hours appear to be restricted to the mornings.
It is always a privilege to be able to look at places of worship of other faiths and this is no exception. Remove footwear and dress modestly. Interesting to take a look around this Hindu Temple. Had to switch the lights on to look st...More
Very nice temple in the heart of Melaka and well worth a quick visit if you are in the town as it is just a short walk away from Red Square. Melaka is a gem with so many quaint little temples and mosques as well...More
Very vibrant energy at the temple. Simple and authentic holy place. Not so complex and confusing to perform prayers. Visit and get blessed.
Lovely old temple, priests are very friendly and welcoming. A very special place to visit for some quiet contemplation and prayer.
Historical & beautiful art work Temple. The inside fiction of temple different from others. We cannot find This type of temple in other place in Malaysia. This is One and Only model. We can feel the peace while pray or relaxing inside. Try and feel...More
This is one of the oldest lndian temple in Malacca. The architecture is interesting and unique. Right in the heart of old historic part of Malacca town in the Jonker Street area.
Sri Pogyatha Vinoyagar Moorthi Temple is the oldest still-working Hindu temple in Malaysia. It has several artifacts of historic interest besides the building itself, including 3 centuries-old wooden rathams (chariots). The shrines within the temple are also interesting to see. However, the temple itself isn't...More