Penang of Malaysia has a city named Air(Ayer) Itam where the Kek Lok Si Temple was established which obeys the principles of Buddha. It is one among the biggest temples of Buddha in Malaysia and additionally they follow significant journey of Buddhists community from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore and different nations in Southeast Asia. The whole mind boggling of holy places was worked over a period from 1890–1930, an influential activity of Beow Lean, the Abbot. The principle attracts the complex is the striking seven-story Pagoda of Rama VI with 10,000 alabaster and bronze statues of Buddha, and the 36.57 meters tall bronze statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. Mahayana Buddhism, Theravada Buddhism and conventional Chinese ceremonies mix into an agreeable entire, both in the sanctuary design and fine art just as in the everyday exercises of admirers.
Address: Malaysia, Penang, Air Itam
Visiting Hours: 08:30 am to 05:30 pm
Entry Fees: Entrance fee is free for most of the temple, but the elevator lift costs 3 MYR ($0.80), and the entrance to the pagoda is 2 MYR ($0.54).
Phone: +60 4-828 3317