A must-see in Penang. The largest Buddhist Temple in Southeast Asia. Interesting. Beautiful. Unique.
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Very impressive temple indeed. We took an Uber taxi which took us all the way to the top. We then used the cable car downwards. There is no real clothing restrictions, unlike temples in Thailand. This is a Chinese temple. There was construction going on...More
The area is undergoing a renovation project which takes about 5 years to complete and this makes the place a bit messy with the building materials laying around in different parts of the temple. There are many temples in this place but because of the...More
Amazing atmosphere with beautiful sights and buildings. Everything is very illustrious and detailed. The air there brings peace and clarity of mind and will make you leave the place an even better person than going in. We took a car and drove all the way...More
The temple and pagoda has always been worth a look. There is now lots of upgrade and maintenance work underway. I always recommend using transport to get tp the top and then walking all the way through the 1000 steps - past all the small...More
We visited for a few hours while in Georgetown. Easy to reach by bus, around 45 min trip (one way) which costs our family of five about AU$ 8 return. Our kids were initially hesitant, we have dragged them around a few too many temples...More