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Hai Long Si Temple, Miri

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Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Landmark
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  • My friend said it is the largest Taoist temple so we went ahead. Very beautiful place, built roughly 25 years ago according to the staff there. 
    My friend said it is the largest Taoist temple so we went ahead. Very beautiful place, built roughly 25 years ago according to the staff there.  more »
  • Good for a short 10 minute visit for some pictures. There's some fishes here also. It's best to combine this with a visit to the nearby Lian Hua San temple. You will need your own transport here. 
    Good for a short 10 minute visit for some pictures. There's some fishes here also. It's best to combine this with a visit to the nearby Lian Hua San temple. You will need your own transport here.  more »
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  • very peaceful and mind relaxing. building's design was very great. inside housing area. place was very clean and calm. mind was very blissful and relaxing. should visit again. symbol of religion tolerance.
  • (Detailed review below) Ambiance ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Accessibility ⭐⭐⭐ Cost ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This is my favourite temple in Miri mainly because of the 1800 dragons that are said to be found scattered throughout the temple compound, carved into pillars, printed onto fabric, embossed onto tiles etc. They are just everywhere and are so beautiful. There is the usual colour pop that you would get and so many opportunities to take photos and videos throughout. Unfortunately when I was visiting, construction was going on and the large dragons flanking the gates were getting repainted so I couldn’t enjoy the full splendour. Nonetheless, definitely a stop worthy of your time! Tip: Just around the corner, there is the Lian Hua San Ching Tien temple which is the second(?) largest in SEA.

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