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Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple, Jenjarom
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  • Maybe the timing that I went was not the time for festival so the garden just ok with lots of statue. 
  • The temple is situated away from any big city and occupies a large area. The Buddhist temple has a large outdoor area with several Buddha's and a large lawn. The temple houses a 20 feet Buddha in a la...  more »
  • The temple has a vibrant atmosphere which allows someone to surrender to the serenity of the divine. Meditation can be a good place to rejuvenate your inner well being and a sense of calmness within v...  more »
  • Visited on a Monday and was supposed to be closed. Nevertheless, we were not barred from entering. We walked around but couldn’t enter some buildings as they were locked. The temple is built on a sprawling piece of land with a large beautifully landscaped garden with a fish pond. The orchids were in full bloom and were a great sight. There were also statues of the 18 immortals in the garden. Certainly, the temple is a great place to relax, to savour solitude or to meditate. Fo Guang Shan is a Buddhist sect based in Taiwan and headed by Venerable Hsing Yun
  • Good place. Very friendly people. Stayed there for 3 days 2 night. Totally worth it.
  • Second year I have been there for Chinese New Year decorations. In 2015 I went there late, with limited time to catch all on display. In 2016 we went there earlier and the decorations were lively, some were very descriptive. Can't believe the man hours took to prepare all of the display for the CNY week. Feel great that most visitors here have the manners of the temple's teaching, while some just doesn't seem to care. Hope that the temple can continue to uphold the true values of the religion and do not indulge in mere show-business.
  • When first I stepped into the shrine hall, when first i can see Namo Shakyamuni Buddha, just can't control the tears rolling from my eyes. I really know how BUDDHA love me, how merciful and kindness Buddha, Buddha sacrifices himself and hidden himself just for the sake of happiness of the greedy human, Buddhaya Buddha, you are always in my heart no matter how tough the life, you will forever in my heart, i promise will help those devotees that you want to save and those believer whose really believed in you deep down from the heart, Buddha , i knew you must be very heart pain for this cruelty world, be happy Buddha, we all love Buddha. Sincery love BUDDHA.
  • One of the best shrine in Malaysia, a sacred place for Buddhist, every Chinese New Year you can visit here.