It is a very old temple in Penang. The locals call it "Guanyin Pavilion". Founded in 1800, the Guanyin Pavilion today can be regarded as the most prosperous and bustling Chinese temple in Penang, and it is located in the historic site area, which is very worth visiting. Especially during the Spring Festival, hanging red lanterns is very suitable for taking pictures, and the scenery at night is even more amazing.
nice place o visitlocated at quite busy traffic, a lot people came for pray, unique architecture and good to visit, should visit
You can see the sign when you walk towards the Guangda Building from the Xingshi Bridge. There are basically no tourists. It is very nice to take pictures at sunset, and it is also very beautiful when the lights are on. It is worth coming to watch.
Guanyin Temple does not look like a shining Reclining Buddha Temple, but represents a truly simple Buddhist philosophy. It is very close to the mosque. There is some historical information on one side of the temple wall. About 200 years ago, Chinese workers and some Chinese clans who came to work in Southeast Asia donated money to build this temple.
Guanyin Temple has another name called Kwong Fook Palace, which is the oldest Chinese temple in Penang. It is recommended that it is 1800 years old and has a history of more than 200 years. Take the free cat bus in the city. Get off at the 16th stop and walk two steps to the Guanyin Temple. .