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After cisiting few temple around asia, Kek Lok Si is great and impressive. I suggest you take half day to stay on site as this is trully worth. Pagoda is truly amazing and will offer probably one of the best view of Penang. If you...More
This is a large Buddhist temple on the side of the hill above Air Itam.
Take RapidPenang Bus 203, 201 or 204 from Georgetown to get to it 2RM. Took about 35 mins to get there. Quicker by taxi as no stops. It’s only about...More
This huge Buddhist temple complex on a hill slope has so much to offer - supposedly over 10,000 images of Lord Buddha, pagodas, temples at different levels of the hill, a giant bronze statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy overlooking the island and...More
This is a great place to walk around for a couple of hours. The grounds are very large and many peaceful and beautiful places here. We have been here a few times and always enjoy ourselves. The views of the city from the top are...More
This temple (the largest Buddhist temple in SE Asia) is simply stunning (and also mainly free entry) - allow at least two hours to get around and marvel at the temple interiors, or head up high to the pagoda (2 MYR entry) to get stunning...More
I was last here 20 years ago whrn the temple was a vibrant place of worship and tourist attraction. Now although the interior seems well maintained, the exterior appears to be neglected and rather tatty. The train up to the temple wasn't working and the...More
Response from DuskyMonkey | Reviewed this property |
There are no trains. I would rely on Grab but if I have the time I would take the bus (inexpensive) which is an opportunity for you to observe and absorb much more including the lives of the ordinary people.