Just near KL twin towers, on Jalan Ampang, one of the busiest streets in Kuala Lumpur, is a traditional Chinese gateway leading to the Kun Yam Thong Temple.
This is a temple that has a lot of chanting and teachings during lunch time. I am glad that each time I was in KL , i have chance to visit this temple.
This temple is founded by Venerable Master Hsuan Hua in 1959.
At the end of the temple is a 500 seat dining area serving low priced, healthy vegetarian lunches from 11am until 2.30pm. On the 1st and 15th days of each lunar month food is served free-of-charge to the needy from 7.30am – 2.30pm.
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There are more and more different "teacher group" coming to Singapore and some are from overseas teaching of Buddhism etc. I suggest if u are really interested in Buddhism, go to proper one in Singapore like Guan Ming San etc.
Singapore has very proper teaching and good practice.
Sometimes overseas one too many pattern and u dont know whether is ok anot and confuses.
I always says, any problem just go Waterloo temple can le.
Below is a very good website for u to do reading:>
Master Hsuan Hua is a very very reputable teacher in Buddhism. U ask around temple they will know de:>
In fact if u go KL, there is a Guan Yin Temple at Imbi there which i think set up by this Master:>