The intricately sculptured roof of Thanni Malai Murugan Temple, part of the Arulmigu Balathandayuthapani (The Waterfall Hilltop Temple) complex in Penang.
A tall giant statue of the Buddha within the hall of Dhammikarama Burmese Temple.
Dhammikarama Burmese Temple is located just opposite the Wat Chayamangkalaram Buddhist Thai Temple, and is also one of the popular sites to visit in George Town. Various statues of buddha and mythical creatures of the Burmese beliefs can be found in the temple’s garden. The temple was built in 1803 and in 2011, the Golden Pagoda Bell Tower was also completed within the temple grounds.
Wat Chayamangkalaram (also known as the Sleeping Buddha or Reclining Buddha Temple) is a Thai temple located at the Burma Road area of Pulau Tikus, Penang. It was found to have been built in 1845 on a piece of land granted to the Siamese community in George Town by Queen Victoria, and also houses one of the world’s longest reclining Buddha statues. The temple is one of the main highlights of Penang tourism places, attracting both locals and foreigners.
Today also marks the birth of the Buddha, the Vesak Day.
A photo from the Penang United Buddy Bears Art Exhibition held back in 2016.
An intricately made sculptures of heavenly creatures adorning the rooftop of the Temple of the Nine Emperor Gods at Macallum Street Ghaut, George Town.
The Queen Victoria Memorial is a monument erected to mark the anniversary of the said British empire’s queen who passed away in January 1901. Also serving as a way to honor the queen, the monument was built and sponsored by the local Chinese business community back then.
The monument is located in an area belonging to the Penang Chinese Recreation Club at Macalister Road, but can be easily spotted from the intersection of Pangkor Road (Jalan Pangkor) and Burmah Road.
A beautiful place in Bukit Mertajam, Butterworth, St. Anne Church is one of the oldest Roman Catholic cathedrals in Penang.
The Kuan Yin Statue Pavilion of Kek Lok Si lighted up during the nights of Chinese New Year. The temple lights will remain on until February 27.
This artwork found at the Victoria Street entrance of China House is created by ASA or Artists for Stray Animals, as part of the 101 Lost Kittens project. It depicts a big cat on a cart with a signboard saying “Even if handicapped, still love me”.