Interesting stone column carvingsI happened to walk past this heritage temple in Jalan Muntri on my way home. I especially liked the carved stone columns. It was deserted and no one was about. Might drop in when it is next open. Well over 120 years old.
Tian Hou Temple is an important religious place. There are many locals who have lived here for many years. The interior of Tian Hou Temple is rich in structure. The structure of the palace is also very simple. You can visit it outside.
Thean Hou Temple is just a small street temple on the old street in George Town, Penang. There is also a wooden fence outside the yard. You can enter without a ticket. There is an old Chinese guarding the door here. Compared with the Mural Street and Kek Lok Si in Penang, there are basically no tourists here.
The temple, founded in 1866, is dedicated to the patron saint of seafarers, the goddess Mar Chor. The present building was built in 1895, restored in 1995.
There are many Chinese culture here, the Temple of the Queen of Heaven has a taste.
very amazing design place
On a road parallel to Chulia - much quieter and nicer to walk along - stopped to see the temple several times, both day and night. Lovely to see...
A quiet temple totally off the tourist path. The only people there were ones taking care of the shrines. Nice to get the feeling of a temple without tour groups.
People still worship here. The restoration work is amazing. Lots of individual shrines with bright colors and beautifully carved figures. No entrance fee, but donations welcomed.
The temple’s atmosphere was very sacred. One of the staff was really helpful in explaining what to do and buy for praying Mazu.
I discovered this quiet temple purely by chance, as it is in a quiet street by a school. Built in 1895, this is free to visit and consists of one main room - it is so serene, we were the only people t...