Chemor Seen Hock Yeen - Raya Haji Public Holiday part 1After reading the two entries of Sauk yummy food in Hayley's blog, we decided to give it a try on Raya Haji Public Holiday. I will blog about the lunch that we had at Sauk next to this entry. After the lunch at Sauk, we headed to Chemor. We wanted to visit the very well know tourist spot, Kuil Seen Hock Yeen (Chinese Temple). I would love to let the pictures do the talk.
My husband and I were born in the same Chinese Zodiac.
There is a 70-metre long bridge where worshippers cross to dispel calamities and to have problems dissolved and a section for prayers to seek a good partner in marriage. Some came to this temple to pray for good health, recovery from sickness, steady business operations, a smooth career, a good marriage, a happy family and academic excellence for their children.1 1/2 km, Railway Station Road,
Kampung Cik Zainal Tambahan 1,
Coming from Penang, after Kuala Kangsar and Changkat Jering tunnel, when you come to the former Jelapang toll gate, turn left towards Chemor. Go straight for about 10km until you reach Chemor town. Turn left and drive for about 0.5km until you come to the first traffic light. Turn left until you pass the KTM overhead bridge. Immediately after the KTM overhead bridge, turn left and go straight for about 3km. You will see the temple on your right.
Coming from Ipoh, heading to Sg Siput, when reach Chemor town, take the right turn when you see a railway bridge in front of you and drive for about 2km.