The Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is a Hindu temple in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. It is also one of the state's tourist attraction. The temple was listed in the Malaysian Book of Records as the first and only glass temple in the nation on 12 May 2010.
The temple, one of Johor Bahru's oldest Hindu temples, is situated next to the railway tracks between Jalan Tun Abdul Razak and Jalan Mohd Taib (or close to the Tebrau Highway). It started in 1922 as a simple shelter on land presented by the Sultan of Johor.
Tats Horiuchi | Mar 3, 2018
10 ringgit per person entrance fee is a bit pricey but they didn't charge for shoe keeping and photo taking although written as chargeable. But taking photos of gods from close is not allowed. From far is OK. Everything is made with glass/mirror. Very unique and impressive. Must see in JB.
Shyam Sundar N | Feb 16, 2018
I was amazed at seeing the glass work done. Its a 15min walk from JB Sentral. Though people suggested to take a taxi. I took a walk to see the nearby places and lot of shopping options too while walking to the temple.
Sarah Ahmad | Nov 15, 2017
Temple is interesting and quite unique but people there are quite rude. 50cent per person to put aside shoes and RM10 per foreigner (they charged my partner who's Italian). I was not charged for taking pictures though. It's nice to visit but don't expect friendliness.
Nathan Rajoo | Feb 3, 2018
One of its kind in Malaysia. Wonderful architecture.
handi yohanes | Feb 9, 2018
Nice place to see. Take more pic here...
Daniel Schieffelin | Mar 20, 2018
Quite a cool place, we caught part of a prayer service which was beautiful. When we got there the temple looked closed but I think they just had the door shut to keep in the air conditioning. Also cool is that there are statues of figures from many different religious beliefs, Buddha, Jesus, Mother Theresa... There must be millions of little pieces of glass all put together to make one amazing place.
Js Fun | Apr 22, 2018
Rm 10 per head is a bit pricey. There were 3 of us and we had to pay rm30 despite telling the lady that we were not foreigners. Overall the place is beautiful and compact. Finished visiting it within 15 mins..
Npap Nada | Apr 5, 2018
Temple is beautiful n gave very good vibrations. But Sad to say as we entered the temple we were appproched by two ladies and asked us to pay a tourist fee Rm10/ each, total RM 30 as there were 3 of us. We were indeed shock and even after telling d person that we are Malaysians🤔 then they return Rm10 becos I am a Malaysian Indian but took Rm20/ frm my 2 friends just becos they are Malaysian Chinese, even after explaining that one of them is married to an Indian and one was raised by an Indian family. To top it up they were also Johorians! They gave a receipt stating clearly tourist tickets and say it was management policy !! As a Malaysian Indian, This was indeed an upsetting encounter😑
sarittha nandagopal | May 6, 2018
Omg, it was amazing to see the wonderful work done with those small and colourful mirrors in various designs and the colourful garlands. A must see for anyone who loves creativity.
subbu165 | May 13, 2018
Good one. Never seen elsewhere. Fully made of glass.
Krizia Capanzana | Jul 3, 2018
Entrance fee for foreigners is 10 RM for adults and 5 RM for children. They charge 3 RM per device if you want to take a picture. The Temple's a bit small but the glass interior is lovely. The temple is a bit isolated so you need to take a taxi to get here.
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