Malaysia – Penang; Visit to Kek Lok Si Temple (8)

Hi!! My last posting on my visit to Kek Lok Si Temple.

At the area near the main pagoda, another area of the temple where you can make your wish again on the wishing tree by putting the wishing ribbon as seen below.

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lighted oil lamps on the altar by the worshipers as offering.

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Another shot around the temple grounds

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This is the 7 storey main pagoda of the temple which house the 10,000 Buddhas.

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Buddhas on the walls all the way up to the top…..

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Shots from outside the pagoda…..

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Another monastery…

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A view right from the top of the pagoda….

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Hope you enjoy the ‘walk’ with me on this trip to the Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang.

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Malaysia – Penang; Visit to Kek Lok Si Temple (7)

Still at the top of the Penang’s Kek Lok Si Temple,. Walking about was really nice and serene. There was another small temple at the top where another wishing tree where you could make your wish but putting a colourful wishful ribbon on it.

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Nearby also a small man-made pond where you could see lots of Japanese carp swimming inside it. It was really a beautiful sight and you could also see part of the Penang Island from here.

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Worshipers giving offering and prayers.

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Electric tram tickets which I bought to get my trip to the base of  the temple.

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Finish? Nope….. there’s still lots to see. Heading to the other side, I was walking toward the seven storey main pagoda of the temple or the Pagoda of 10,000 Buddhas.

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Again… beautiful architecture of the stone carving on the walls and pillars.  Guess words can’t describe them as well as photos…..

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