Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, Johor Bahru

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For a visual thrill visit Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, a Hindu place of worship decorated with intricate glasswork. Stop by and marvel at the dazzling glass mosaics covering almost every surface of the temple. Crystal chandeliers light the embellished walls and marble statues of numerous deities, including Buddha and Jesus Christ. Check out the large murals portraying social harmony and golden sculptures representing the cycle of life. Look for English-language signs explaining the Hindu belief system. Plan to see Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple and other attractions that appeal to you using our Johor Bahru travel itinerary maker.
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The main cluster of accommodations in Johor Bahru hugs the area around Woodlands Crossing and the border with Singapore. Here you can find chain hotels offering comfortable rooms at fairly average to pricey rates. Elsewhere in the city, expect simple hotels at lower prices along Lebuhraya Tebrau and the surrounding side streets. Economical backpacker hostels remain scattered across the city center and other districts.
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  • TripAdvisor, Google and other sites stated open 12:00 or 1:00 P.M. to me that's what the signage reflects. Wrong opens at like 6:00 P.M. The Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is a major Hindu te...  more »
  • no shoes inside so prepare to leave outside everything is safe beautiful so unique you will be amazed so much unique and powerful gods and prayers do not take pictures inside be respectful of the rule...  more »
  • Nice temple BUT the people who manage it are the real SPOILER. they typically extort monies from people whom the suspect as Tourist. This is the first time am witnessing that leaving your shoe outside...  more »
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  • Nice Hindu temple. Only the difference is outsider need to pay basket money Rm 0.50 for your shoes. And the person in charge not kind enough. He will follow you until the main entrance and ask you whether pay oredi for 5o cents.... hi hi. . But for those who really interested for man works ... yes ... this is a not bad place to visit. Full glasses with different colors . Appreciate for the ppl who do the glasses installation....
  • Beautiful! & stunning! Hindu temple was listed in the Malaysia Book of Record.
  • It is a great experience to visit this temple in Johor Bahru. The temple is embellished by a mosaic of 300,000 pieces of red, blue, yellow, green, purple and white glass. It is open for devotees from 7am to 10pm daily, while visiting hours for tourists are between 1pm and 5pm.
  • A must visit when in JB. Awesome!! Never seen anything like this.
  • What a disappointment. Reaching there is quite difficult you have to go via a construction site. They chrge RM 10 entrance fee from tourists, which is absurd considering it's a place of worship. And there is nothing to see except for little bit over the top glass designs. Personally i thought it was an awful interior. But then that's my preference. Even though we have to remove our shoes before entering, the floor is gritty with sand. To be frank this place is nothing special.