Home Dewi Kuan Yin Monastery A. Overview Goddess Kuan Yin Shrine is a place of worship of Buddhists - Confucius. Entering the building directly felt the religious atmosphere by various means of worship of Buddhists. But the atmosphere will turn into tourist atmosphere when being around Vihara. In that area there are many tourist sites that is intended to support the comfort of Buddhists worship or visitors who just want to enjoy the atmosphere at the Vihara. This monastery is a relic of the first Buddhists live in the Pacific.
B. Feature The specialty of this monastery is a shape that resembles a ship ready to sail. Another specialty is a place located in the foothills and the edge of the river flow. According to the Chinese people's confidence, the flow of river water could heal illnesses, ageless, and may grant any request the desired visitors. Thus, visitors can not only worship, feel the religious atmosphere in the monastery, and bathing, but can also drink water natural wells, clean, clear, and fresh that has efficacy. In this temple visitors will be brought sailed enjoy the beauty of nature, feel the natural kejaiban, and witnessed the greatness of God.
C. Location This monastery is located in the Village Jelitik, Sungailiat District, Bangka Regency, ▒ 10 km from City Sungailiat.
D. Access From Sungailiat toward this temple, visitors can use their own vehicle or public transportation (buses and urban transportation). However, public transport is rarely seen at night, so visitors must prepare yourself if you want to visit this temple at night.
E. Facilities and Accommodation With an area of 15,420 m2, this temple also provides a natural bathing pool is cool and fresh from a spring that flows from the top of the hill which has the property to the body's health to those who believe. The swimming baths is also called the Seven Ponds Angel. The pool is filled with white lotus plants. In this temple area, also provided a special guest house (the building with the cool shades of green add to the atmosphere), which was established for visitors who need to stay.
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