(The entrance gate from across the road)
This was actually the last place I saw as it was the last building I passed by on the other side of the area walking back to the hotel. The exterior did not look anything special but I thought, I should go in since this was the last place to go, it’s free, and it wouldn’t hurt to see.
(At the back of the altar)
(View at the back of the altar going out from the ‘gold’ room)
(Going out of the temple view)
I crossed the road and saw a simple neatly built temple, with its fine architecture and interior which the Penang Malaysians boast because it is awarded the Merit of UNESCO Asia-Pacific for Culture Heritage Conservation. Inside, was a very solemn and relaxing ambiance of a temple. Very inviting energy attracts you to see what they have inside, and as you are walking out, the look of the temple going out captures the time back to its building days, unlike the other old historical places this place do not have a creepy feel. I met 2 Korean guys there too, taking photos from my back as I take mine, it was funny how we did not realize we exist because we were drawn to the simple yet amazing interior and the atmosphere of this temple. We just laughed after we bumped backs while snapping our cameras.
(I was trying to get a good shot of the exterior, but the 2 Korean culprits)
Even the old guy that was there, I assumed he was the care taker of the temple is such a nice smiley old man, inviting people who were trying to peek at the door to come in and feel free to see what is inside. I didn’t know I would like this place much, but I surprisingly did.