Vihara Dharma Bhakti or Kim Tek Ie is the oldest temple in Jakarta. This temple was first built in 1650 by a Chinese Lieutenant named Kwee Hoen and named Kwan Im Teng. The word Kwan Im Teng was then absorbed into Indonesian into a pagoda.
Before the World War II, this temple was one of four large temples under Kong Koan's management, besides the Kuan Im Tong Temple, Ancol Temple, and the Hian Thian Shang Te Temple.
Since its establishment, Kim Tek Ie is managed by a Chinese community organization formed by the Dutch. The Kim Tek Ie Temple is a Buddhist-Taoist style temple
The name Kim Tek Ie was changed to Vihara Dharma Bhakti. The name of the translated Indonesian name is the Golden Virtue Temple. The Kim Tek Ie Temple has long been known as a center for celebrating Chinese holidays, including Cioko which is held in the temple yard.