my first stop at my kk city tour was the puh to tze temple. i read that this buddhist temple was built in 1980, with its traditional chinese architecture.
the goddess of mercy, kwan yin
statues of deities, right side
statues of deities, left side
a ceremonial golden incense burner
seats in the altar
dropping by from doc gelo’s blog.
nice photos and angles. i am just surprised you were able to take closer photos of their altar. here we are very restricted, only outdoors.
.. thanks ma’am ebie! actually there was no one around, but i still did not attempted to go nearer. i was thinking baka bawal e.
nice place.. i’m dreaming of going there one of these days. 🙂
.. kota kinabalu is just about two hours flight from manila airport, ilocanoak. it’s just like being in the philippines – less the traffic and pollution, hehe. thanks for checking my blog and welcome to the blog world. 😉
im a fan of temples. what i like in this place are those statues. unpainted yet beautiful.
.. visiting a temple has the same feeling for me as being inside a church or a mosque dong. i think it is the fact that they are all religious structures.