Kwong Fook Ngam Buddhist Cave Temple

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15. entrance to an inner cavern – admission is RM4 per person for the upkeep of the place

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16. image of a dog

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17. beehives formation

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18. dragon formation

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19. elephant formation with its eyes drawn in

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20. goat formation

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21. formation of a foot of an animal above ground

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22. formation of an animal’s leg

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23. formation of Buddha head

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24. one of the passages

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25. a flight of stairs to another cavern

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26. formation of a slithering snake

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27. formation of a dragon head

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31. Goddess of Mercy

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Reamonnya Wongsa Wijaya Pagoda, a Thai Buddhist temple, shares the compound of Kwong Fook Ngam, adding to its attraction.

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34. Reamonnya Wongsa Wijaya Pagoda

Kwong Fook Ngam (Kwong Fook Ngan Buddhist Chinese Temple)
Add: 31300 Kampong Kepayang, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
GPS Coordinates: N 04° 31.026′ E101° 08.319′
Tel: 017-5696415 / 05-3571943

*All are welcome. For non-Muslims only.

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  1. Hi, my name is Shaanker and I from Singapore would like to visit your temple. Is your temple open every day or once in a week? And what time do you open your temple and close your temple? Please do let me know thanks.

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