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Sri Kandaswamy Kovil, Kuala Lumpur

Openend in 1890, the Tamil Sri Kandaswamy temple is located in at the eastern end of Jalan Scott.

Openend in 1890, the Tamil Sri Kandaswamy temple is located in at the eastern end of Jalan Scott. Photography and videography are not allowed within the temple.


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About Sri Kandaswamy Kovil

 Corner of Jalan Scott & Jalan Tebing

 +60 3 2274 2987

 www.srikandaswamykovil.org

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