SAM POH TONG
- The Sam Po Tong Buddhist Cave Temple is one of Ipoh's most famous cave temple
- The entrance hides a narrow cave tunnel to an wooded opening where a pond of aged tortoises are fed by visitors
- The ragged appearance of this temple compound belies the age and importance of this site
- The temple situated in the area of Jalan Gopeng
NAN TIAN DONG TEMPLE
- Nan Tian Dong is also a limestone Chinese Cave temple.
- Legend says it was discovered by a Chinese Taoist priest named Kuong San Teik back in 1867 which means to say this temple has a long history of more than 120 years old.
- "Dong is referred as "cave" while "Nan" is South and the word "Tian" is sky; so if you translate that in English, it simply means, the Cave to host the various Buddhist figures from the southern Sky (heaven)
- It is located in the area of Jalan Gopeng
- Also named as Perak Cave Temple
- The most famous cave temple in Ipoh, capital of Perak state
- The Museum Cave has a display of statues and murals from Hindu mythology
- Located in the Tasik Jaya on the Kuala Kangsar Street
KEK LONG TEMPLE
- Kek Lok Tong is Chinese words, which means Cavern of UltimateBliss.
- It is located not far away from Sam Poh Tong since they are on the same range of limestone hills.
- The cave temple is only accessible through Gunung Rapat housing area
- This cave temple apart from from the rest are its collection of bronze statues and well-manicured garden