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This temple allows non Hindu to wander around but there's no English information anywhere and our tuk tuk driver could barely speak English to explain to us about the temple. There's extra charge to take photos and so that's all we did. Wandered around and...More
A "must see" local attraction, whether you are religious or not. The perimeter buildings and tower are covered in spectacular plaster figures taken from religious texts. The inner courtyard is a place of tranquility (unless a ceremony is in progress!). Simply wear modest clothes and...More
The temple itself is nice with intricate statues and well designed interior, the place has good vibes to it. However, the custom and tradition of entrance is quite strange. Despite being a born Hindu I was not allowed to go it, because I was wearing...More
Very serene atmosphere. Men have to remove and bare their top. Please remove your footwear in your vehicle along with what you wear on top. Spend good time listening to priest offerings to Lord Subramaniam.