Trip Planner : Asia / Malaysia / Negeri Sembilan / Port Dickson / Sightseeing / Wan Loong Chinese Temple
Wan Loong Chinese Temple, Port Dickson
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Visit the colorful religious site of Wan Loong Chinese Temple. The outer walls and entrance gates are intricately carved and bursting with color, displaying traditional Chinese motifs, including a large number of dragons (in fact, the name of the temple translates as "Dragon of the Clouds"). The temple pays homage to many oriental deities, with separate shrines each with their own symbols, style, and character. Make sure you see the pools here filled with colorful fish and—on occasion—the giant turtle that roams the grounds. Ask the caretakers for his last known whereabouts. Our Port Dickson itinerary planner makes visiting Wan Loong Chinese Temple and other Port Dickson attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Drove past the Wan Loong Chinese Temple and decided to turn in for a visit. The Wan Loong Chinese Temple is a peaceful place.
This is a nice and quiet place and it's worth visiting. Renovation has been done currently and the temple is still open for donations to renovate the interior part of the temple according to the caret... read more »
We was here after our lunch at Yun Long Seafood restaurant. It is located at the small mountain right beside the Yun Long Seafood restaurant. The local and some tourist believe touching the tortoise (... read more »
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.