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The Temple of Fine Arts is located right in the centre of the crescent-shaped Jalan Berhala in Brickfields. It sits on the banks of the Klang River and faces the 100-year-old Buddhist Mahavihara.
The 5-storey building was designed with the growing needs of the institution. Dance studios, music rooms, a spacious rehearsal hall, a 500 seater performance hall, a library and a cafeteria make up the main areas of activity.
The Temple of Fine Arts now has well-appointed dance and music studios - sprung floors air-conditioning, wall-to-wall mirrors - all designed to create a comfortable ambience for the learning of dance and music. A library with wireless internet facilities and multimedia stations for the research of dance and music is stocked with books and reading material pertinent to the subjects taught here.
The last major phase of the building is the performance hall - Shantanand Auditorium - which occupies the second and third floors.
The shrine of music and dance established by His Holiness Swami Shantanand Saraswathi in 1981. A sanctuary for the arts and artists. A temple for artistic, cultural and spiritual exploration and expression. Kuala Lumpur Penang Johor Bahru Malacca Singapore Perth Chennai Coimbatore New Jersey.
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 09:30 - 21:30