Here comes the longest bridge in Malaysia which known as Penang bridge. This time I went to kek lok si temple for a walk and enjoying the local food nearby. I think this temple is the biggest Buddhist temple in Malaysia.
Checking out the beautiful Kek Lok Si temple in Penang.
I have visited quite a lot of asian temples but really didn’t get what this one was about. Its set out over multiple levels and as i have mobility issues, we paid to get the funicular , instead of stairs. It was really odd. You went up one level and came out in an underground car park. Then a guy on a golf-cart drove us up to the next level which was a massive shop selling the most random items i have ever seen. There was a beautiful temple on this level but with another shop in it. Then we went up another level and, you guessed it, another massive tacky shop. There were some beautiful parts of the place but it kinda felt like you were in a disney attraction which each time ended at the merchandise shop.
Located at the hill in Ayer Itam. First batch is some big temples, pagoda, big bell and statues at different temples. Nice city view from second batch temple, further up the hill. Amazing Kuan Yin Goddess statue on top of the hill. A small temple there to pray, some Chinese zodiac statues and souvenir shop. #wintergetaway