Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple

General info

Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman temple is one of the major tourists’ attraction, designed internally and externally with colourful shiny glass that provides accommodation to over 1500 devotees. Located in Johor Bahru, the Hindu temple reflects the scenes of kindness and love. Fully air conditioned temple is the most scenic architecture of Malaysia that presents amazing views as the floors, pillars and walls that are designed beautifully with colourful glass in a unique way. It is the oldest and first glass Hindu temple in Malaysia where you find the white marble statues of Gautama Buddha, Jesus Christ and other saints. . It was listed as one and only glass temple in 2010 in Malaysian records which is embedded with Rudraksh beads. An amazing architecture is artistically decorated with 300,000 pieces of red, blue, yellow, green, purple & white glass. The temple is attached to the southern border with Singapore has transformed into an impressive array of the Malaysian architecture.

The idea of this shinning temple came in the mind of Guru Sivasamy when he looked at the surroundings then the glimpse of the shimmering lights captured in his mind and he decided to make it a temple of glass that looks really amazing on a sunny day under the blue skies. There is a cafe that serves vegetarian meal, a prayer hall for devote prayer and a function hall in an adjoining building. The temple is a perfect destination with social harmony and golden sculptures that represents the cycle of life and takes you to enjoy a great time with family or friends. Extra ordinary architecture and innovative layouts makes it your best holiday destination to explore the interesting themes, fabulous designs, colourful landscapes, amusing characters, ambient music, props and merchandises. A place that surely lure your senses and gives you a chance to rejuvenate your memories by capturing photos in your camera. Visitors are recommended to remove your shoes before entering the temple. Some devotees hosts their weddings at the temple. The temple can be seen crowded during public holidays as it is considered that the statues are the messengers of God which convey same message for the people of diverse culture.

Highlights


  • Shimmering Colourful glass
  • All religion at a single platform
  • Function Hall to host weddings
  • Prayer hall to devote your prayer
  • History of the temple and Malaysian culture
  • Explore the interesting themes, fabulous designs and music
  • Watch the statues of Jesus Christ, Mother Teresa and Hindu Gods

NOTES


  • Visiting Hours for Tourists: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
  • Prayer Timing: Mon-Fri (7:30 AM – 12:00 PM)

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