|Monday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Sunday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
There are no gimmicks involve, its an actual cave with life bats numbering about 100 odd inside the temple cave. Not a very big Taoist temple though, the shrine is said to be 200 years old and the housed deity is Tua Pek Kong (God of Prosperity) made from granite stone. Like any Chinese temple besides the main deity there are usually a number of other accompanying deities. Devotees far and near throng the temple praying for good luck. Want to be bless with good luck then you shouldn't miss out on this temple.
Good place to visit when you are in Air Itam...
Well, it is a bat cave, though there is a temple out the front. They are happy for you to use a torch to see the bats in the cave.
Temple is the Chinese traditional like one year one time to change your luck,like bad thing make them go always, and good thing come in like health,furtune,business,friend and many more just take a some money is not just experience myr 10 to 100 only for 1 year next year must come back here to change luck again is u don't do bad bad thing and also good deeds as many as u can :-) :-)
I love syncretic Chinese temples, and so for me this place was a delight. The main deity is Tua Pek Gong (Taoist) - a protective deity in charge of a tract of land, and his statue was excellent. Their Guan Yin (Buddhist) statue, unlike any other I have seen is perched on top of a stone elephant and was quite a curio. And of course, at the back, is a very small cave with a small shrine and some bats (hence the name). If you are not a temple enthusiast, this is a long way to go for a temple which takes at most 15 minutes to walk round 5 times, but for the interested, this one s well worth the journey
There are no gimmicks, its an actual cave with life bats numbering about 100 odd inside the temple cave. Not a very big Taoist temple though, the shrine is said to be 200 years old and the housed deity is Tua Pek Kong (God of Prosperity) made from granite stone. Like any other Chinese temple beside the main deity usually there are a number of other deities accompanying. Devotees throng the temple praying for good luck.