Muneswarar is one of the avatars of Lord Shiva. “Muni” means saint and “iswarar” represents “Shiva”.
Devotees pray to Lord Muneswarar to achieve bliss & good health in life.
This temple first started in the 1930s at Jalan Berhala. In 2002, it was relocated to Jalan Scott to make way for the monorail.
This Lord Muneswarar statue made of black stone is showered with milk twice a day.
You will also find: The fierce Goddess Kaliamman. She is the destroyer of demons.
Devotees who donate bricks for the construction of the new temple will have their names written on them.
Best time to visit: Sivarathiri & Thiruvilla Festival in February, Chariot procession & Deepavali. During these festivals, other places of worship are invited to join the procession. Among them is the neighbouring Seng Hong temple.