Thaipusam 2021: 5 Beautiful Hindu Temples To Know In Malaysia
As the famed Hindu festival looks to be a quiet one this year due to movement restrictions, we highlight some of the most beautiful temples across the nation that have drawn scores of devotees in years past. You've seen and heard of the world-famous Batu Caves site in Selangor where the Sri Subramaniam Temple sits, but what about these other stunning religious sites across Malaysia?
An evening view of the Sri Aathieswaran Temple in Sentul (Photo: @patrickrajjj/Instagram)
Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani Temple, also known as the 'Waterfall Temple' in Penang (Photo: @patrickrajjj/Instagram)
The Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, also known as the Tebrau Glass Temple in Johor is Malaysia's only glass temple. (Photo: @malaysiatopfive/Instagram)
One of the oldest temples in the country, the Tebrau Glass Temple is adorned with a beautifully complex mosaic of over 300,000 colourful glass pieces and beads. (Photo: @malaysiatopfive/Instagram)
Sri Mahamariamman Temple in Kuala Lumpur. (Photo: Ravindran John Smith/iStock)
The Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple in Bukit Rotan, Selangor, features 96 carved pillars (Photo: Ravindran John Smith/iStock)