San Ching Tian Temple
|San Ching Tian Temple|
|Construction cost||RM10 million|
San Ching Tian Temple (Chinese: 美里三清殿) (also called as Lian Hua San Chieng Tien) is a Chinese temple located in a 1.5-acre site bordered by housing area in Krokop 9 Road of Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia, where it is also considered as the largest Taoist temple in Southeast Asia.
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- "San Ching Tian Temple, Miri". Sarawak Tourism. Archived from the original on 19 February 2019. Retrieved 22 February 2019.
- Lonely Planet; Isabel Albiston; Richard Waters; Loren Bell (1 July 2016). Lonely Planet Borneo. Lonely Planet Global Limited. pp. 419–. ISBN 978-1-76034-170-1.
- Media related to San Ching Tian Temple at Wikimedia Commons
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