Malaysia is a country that in recent years with great interest to discover tourists from around the world. According to statistics, she ranks ninth in the list of most visited countries in the world. One of the architectural attractions of Malaysia which are worth to see, having been in this country, is the glass temple Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman in Johor Bahru near the border with Singapore.
Temple Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman is one of the oldest in the city. In 1922, local residents built a small shed in which come to pray. For years, the temple looked very shabby, but in 1991, the chief priest from his father got Sri Sinnathamby Sivasamy. Thanks to his efforts, in five years Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman turned into a very beautiful Hindu temple that opened its doors to believers.
The idea to convert the temple into a shining glass Palace emerged from a Hindu priest during his trip to Bangkok. Walking through the city streets, he noticed a flickering light. After a few steps, he realized that its source was the glass that decorated the entrance to one of the local churches. Then Sri Sinnathamby Sivasamy wanted to completely decorate the temple in Johor Bahru with glass, so he played all the possible colors in the sunlight. In 2008-2009, he almost completely covered the internal and external walls with colored pieces of glass, so 90% of the temple is decorated with fragile mosaics.
Floors, columns and walls of the temple decorated with red, blue, yellow, green, purple and white glass, there are just over 300,000 pieces. In addition, the decoration of the temple attract the attention of visitors large crystal chandeliers, the light from which is reflected in the glass walls. Initially visitors it is difficult to perceive this dazzling beauty, but gradually your eyes get used to it, and the reflections add up in the amazing surreal paintings.