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Penang - Temples of The Orient - A Photostory

Penang island is well known for its gourmet food cuisines and strong cultural heritage of historical past and present.  This island just across the mainland of Malaysia situated on the northern part is a popular holiday destination for many regional and international tourists arrivals. With its sense of belonging offering boutique hotels to tranquil resorts along the Batu Ferringhi beach stretch, visitors will find this metropolitan island of past British colonials very charming and mesmerising throughout your holidays.

This photo story is about the historical settings of two rich Theravada Buddhism cultures that unnoticedly added to the charm of this unique metropolitan island.  Strolling along Burmese Lane, visitors will be able to find two charming Buddhist temples here.

Wat Chaiyamangalaram

Dhammikarama Burmese Buddhist Temple  

Just across the the road is a rich historic Burmese Burddhist temple.  The architectural decors of most Burmese temples are somehow slightly different from Thai temples.  It's a good visiting plan to walk across the road to enter this 200 years old first Buddhist temple in this island.


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