- 2 free liu li Urn for each double niches
- Enjoy further 15% discount if purchase at least one double niches and one ancestor table
- Early-bird discount of $2,000 (limited period)
- 最高 $15,000 的预售折扣！
- 早鸟优惠 $2,000（有时限）
- Enjoy further 15% discount if purchase at least one double niches and one ancestor tablet
- Early-bird discount of $1,000 (limited period)
** 神祖牌预售优惠 **
- 最高 $8,000 的预售折扣！
- 早鸟优惠 $1,000（有时限）
Rebuild of Lin San Temple
With the construction of surrounding buildings one after another nearby the arean, the foundation of Lin San Temple has been seriously affected. In 2003, for safety reasons, Lin San Temple had to be demolished and rebuilt. However, due to insufficient funding, building plans and other reasons, the reconstruction project had to be suspended temporarily. Rebuilding Lin San Temple is the only wish of Venerable Seang Heng (常恒). Venerable Seang Heng (常恒) was born in China Jiangsu. At the age of 11, he became a monk and grew up in Nanjing Gulin Temple. He then moved to station in Port Klang at Malaysia. He later took over Lin San Temple and purchased Chong Hua Temple on the same street. "Lin San Temple was demolished in the hands of Venerable Seang Heng (常恒), so he especially hoped to see the completion Lin San Temple rebuild construction, we sincerely hope to be able to get the help and support from the people to fulfill Venerable Seang Heng's final will".
Lin San Temple Renovation
Lin San Temple is under on-going major renovation now. The new building is projected to be completed by December 2021.
Lin San Temple Building and Layout
Lin San Temple is built with a fully air-conditioned environment, so that the relatives and friends could pay respects to their departed loved-ones in a comfortable, quiet and elegant ambience.
The whole building of Lin San Temple is built with 3 storey height. The main hall is located at the 1st and 2nd floors which give very high ceilings, while the 3rd floor will be reserved for future expansion to house columbarium niches and ancestor tablets.
When walking into the main hall of Lin San Temple, the visitors will be welcomed by the two-storey tall elegant Buddha (illustrated in the picture) sitting in the main hall facing the entrance. At the rear of the main hall behind Buddha, the space is divided into three independent sub-halls named: Dynasty 1, Dynasty 2, and Dynasty 3.
Dynasty 1: The current section has not yet been opened to the public.This is reserved for future development.
Dynasty 2: This hall is mainly allocated for ancestor tablets. There are a total of 15 levels or rows: Row 1 to 6 are at eye-levels which most customers would consider . The ancestor tablets are designed with colored glaze materials as the symbolic of unwavering faith in filial piety and gratitude like a rock. The ancestor tablets of Lin San Temple could be inscribed up to a maximum of four names with or without photos.
Dynasty 3: This hall consists of the columbarium niches in the arrangement of nine levels or rows. Each door panel is designed with a small Buddha sitting in the lotus flowers, representing the symbol of fortune for the next generation and rest in peace for departed loved ones. The Row 4 to 6 are at the eye-level which are most welcomed by the customers.