2024年3月24日 - 2024年3月24日
Being a public holiday that day, decided to bring my wife for a place to relax and walk which brought us to this place. It is a temple surrounded by a bamboo forest about 30 mins drive from our home. Great place to be for relaxation and photography. The entrance to Gua Yin Prayer hall is modelled on the moat entrance at The Forbidden City and the walkways with prayer wheels are like in Tibet. Since can't go to both destinations currently, this place is a compromise. There is an adult entrance fee of Rm5 to visit the bamboo forest and is definitely worth it. Nearby is an air conditioned cafe serving nice coffee and light eats.
Guys! This place is amazing! Trust me, you can never see a place like this anywhere in Johor. The view is very cool and beautiful. They have everything such as cafes, bamboo forest , playgrounds and many more!
This place is suitable for everyone like families, kids, couples and even for students to have a very cool and calm environment. Kids will definitely enjoy their playground setting which is very close to the nature with bamboo view. I had a great time with my families and kids there. The place is very secure and comfortable.
They do sell many bamboo related items like Bamboo shoots and more. I had a great time there and a place that you must visit! They have many events that you can join and learn their cultural. They are very open to every religions and totally the best place you can go for nature escape!
Glad that it is not a commercial place yet and the place is well kept. I nearly forgot to take off my shoes when i step in to the temple , where i am amazed by the awesomeness of Guan Yin Statue. The Chi is there. It makes u feel calm and recharge. There also have the wish granting tree where you can tie up the lemon with the red string and throw up the tree. I found my joy here with many instagramable pictures. LOL
A very nice place to visit for Buddhist devotees. The place is clean and quiet.
Mostly people visit to take photos. Entrance fee to the bamboo forests cost RM5/-
Suitable for all ages. I do remember they have a structure for wheel chairs but I would not say it's most wheelchair friendly place.
Overall praises to the upkeep of the place. Feels serene and peaceful.
Putuo village or bamboo forest was perfect for people who love bamboo park.They say the forest was about 20 years old plus with an art decoration it’s more wonderful location for Instagram photo.
Mun Choon Chan
We didn't expect much of Putuo Village so we were pleasantly surprised that it is a nice place to visit. I especially loved the numerous large bamboo trees growing there. We went on a weekday and were again surprised that there were quite a number of people there... many to take photos of the pretty corners throughout Putuo Village. Do take the time to visit the temple, too. There is a bamboo grove conservation fee of only RM5 per adult.