Ping Sien Si Temple

Ping Sien Si Temple
some of the 99 statues facing the Straits of Malacca

This temple, Ping Sien Si, is also known as Tua Pek Kong Temple, or Kuan Yin Temple. It is located in a small Malay fishing village in Pasir Panjang Laut, Sitiawan, Perak.

Ping Sien Si Temple
part of the attraction

This temple was actually established over a hundred years ago, but during the past few years, has been developed, at a cost of RM7.5 million thus far, to be a major tourist attraction, especially with its 99 statues of Chinese deities and legendary characters, mostly facing the Straits of Malacca. It is home to the tallest “Tua Pek Kong” statue in the world, standing at 48 feet.

Ping Sien Si Temple
…’mega’ attraction!

The temple committee has plans to include an additional forty statues, also handcrafted from China, in the near future. This Ping Sien Si temple is a must visit for shutterbugs, and any one who has even the slightest interest in Chinese culture.

Ping Sien Si Temple (Pasir Panjang Laut)
Add: Jalan Pasir Panjang, Kampung Pasir Panjang Laut, 32000 Sitiawan, Perak, Malaysia.
GPS Coordinates: N 04 9.882′ E 100 41.358′

Contact no:
019-5570599 (Mr. Tan)
016-5551216 (Mr. Tan)
016-5208916 (Mr. Koh)

Admission: Free of charge

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2 thoughts on “Ping Sien Si Temple

  1. Hi Kira!

    What a coincidence!

    I visited three months ago, actually. Unfortunately, it was just a short visit. Would have loved to spend more time there to explore.

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