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Huat Tian Keong

1. Huat Tian Keong Temple

This cave temple known as Huat Tian Keong Temple, or Tokong Huat Tian Keong is just behind Bougainvillea Country Club, so it is not difficult to find. Its main deity is “Fa Chu Kong” or the Black-faced Deity, or in Cantonese, Fatt Chee Kung.

Huat Tian Keong

2. main altar

Huat Tian Keong

3. close-up of the main altar

Two years ago, to celebrate its 100th anniversary as well as the birthday of its main deity, the temple organised a multi-racial deity street procession, which I also covered on my blog HERE: Huat Tian Keong Temple (Bercham) Deity Street Procession

Huat Tian Keong

4. altar of the Legendary Third Prince and other generals/warriors

Huat Tian Keong

5. holy dragon and its pearl

This Huat Tian Keong cave temple, which is located at Gunung Tambun, has a 60-feet long holy dragon statue, wedged between two rock walls, and looked as though it was flying down from the sky.

Huat Tian Keong

6. mountain of wealth

Huat Tian Keong

7. tiger deity

With more than 88 types of deities being worshipped, it is truly yet another unique feature of the temple. Look out for Siamese God ‘Lusi’ and Thai monk Luang Phor Thuat.

Huat Tian Keong

8. altar of Pak Yehs

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9. Tai Sui Yeh (Grand Duke Jupiter)

Although the temple sits on a land size of 3.2ha, the temple itself, including the main chamber, is not large. Sharing its grounds is a restaurant, a martial arts club, and RELA Bercham operations centre.

Huat Tian Keong

10. Tai Pak Kung (R)

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11. various Taoist deities

By the way, Huat Tian Keong Temple observes two celebrations annually of the main deity, Fa Chu Kung: Enlightenment Day on the 27th day of the first month and festival on 23rd day of the seventh month of the Chinese Lunar Calendar.

Huat Tian Keong

12. Earth & Mountain deities

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