Putuo Village, the spiritual sanctuary for every soul seeker
- Published By Petit Go Team
- 10 Aug
Putuo Village started off as a simple Buddhist temple about 15 years ago. But it has now become a “spiritual sanctuary” of sorts.
In this 43 acres village, a magnificent hall and a Guanyin Statue stand in harmony with the tranquil bamboo forest. Putuo Village is built as a unique cultural village to exhibit the splendor of Buddhism arts and stories, to attract tourists with the unique element of discovering culture and immersing in nature.
Legend says, bamboo forest is the place where Guan Yin meditates, and both has an inexplicable affinity. With this impression, Putuo Village is built as a unique cultural village to exhibit the splendor of Buddhism arts and stories, to attract tourists with unique element of discovering culture and immersing in nature.
Travelers from afar, regardless of age, may pay respect to solemn Buddha statue, temple as well as to enjoy the relaxing ambience and epic scenery.
The whole Bamboo Forest is quite and serene, with some natural whispering from the forest itself due to the wind and also bamboo leaves. The hidden Buddha statue placed behind the tall piles of bamboo canopies will surprise you. The Buddha statue welcome and receive every visitors into the Nature’s realm, making a great getaway for meditation and also prayers. You will find many instaworthy spots, including a Bamboo Rainbow Backdrop.
Hanging Nests and Beds
Walk around Putuo Village and you’ll stumble upon hanging nests that were inspired by actual the weaver bird nests found around the village. Besides their hanging nests, stretch your legs and explore other areas of the village. Look out for the lush bamboo forest, shrines, and rainbow backdrops. If you know your best angles, you can turn it into an Instagram-worthy picture too.
Similarly you can find hanging beds that looks as if it is floating in the air, giving an opportunity for a unique photo shoot.
Take the opportunity to make a wish under the wishing tree! Purchase a ribbon and write your wishes down, then toss it high up to the tree to make your wish come true!
Fat Bamboo Cafe
After touring around Putuo Village, do visit Fat Bamboo Cafe that is tucked away in the Bamboo Forest. A great place to stop by to enjoy the green scenery outside with some cakes and beverages.
Beside the pretty instaworthy spots, do visit the temple to pay your respect and enjoy the relaxing ambience.
There's also a pond where visitors can feed fishes.
The temple is also well lit up at night, giving the entire place a vibrant atmosphere. The decoration would be diversified during festive seasons like
For a unique cultrural experience, please make sure to drop by Putuo Village the next time you are in Johor!
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