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Kek Lok Si Temple of Ayer Itam, Penang

The Kek Lok Si Temple (simplified Chinese: 极乐寺; traditional Chinese: 極樂寺; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ki̍k-lo̍k-sī; Penang Hokkien for “Temple of Supreme Bliss” or “Temple of Sukhavati” or “Jile Si”) 1,389 more words

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WFB Penang pays courtesy call on Chief Abbot of Kek Lok Si Temple

World Fellowship of Buddhists (Penang Regional Centre) pays courtesy call on Chief Abbot of Kek Lok Si Temple

The Chairman and Committee Members of The World Fellowship of Buddhists (Penang Regional Centre) pays a courtesy call on the Chief Abbot Reverend Sin Kuang of Kek Lok Si Temple, Ayer Itam, Penang on this Sunday morning of January 3, 2016 at 11.30 am. 90 more words

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Penang 2015

The nerd and I planned a short getaway to Penang a few days after our finals to get some much needed down time after such a busy semester. 1,770 more words

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The famous Penang Asam Laksa (亚参叻沙)

  

                                   

                                   

There is a famous Asam Laksa stall not far from the Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang. That was by far one of the best Asam laksa I have ever tasted in my life. 107 more words

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Malaysia 2015: Family Trip in Penang

The months of May and June has been very busy for me as a sports volunteer because of the 2015 Singapore SEA (South East Asian Games) Games. 666 more words

Penang

Malaysia Historical Trip (2)

Lanjutan dari part 1-nya yang baru sempet ditulis :D

Oke, di hari pertama trip ini setengah harinya dihabiskan untuk penerbangan Jakarta-Kuala Namu- Penang. Alhamdulillah mendarat cantik dan selamat di Penang jam 12an waktu setempat. 1,652 more words

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Trail: Cheng Kon Sze Temple

Cheng Kon Sze Temple or better known as Cheng Ji Chan to a local. Cheng Ji Chan means 1200 steps (1200 staircase steps that hikers use to get up to the temple). 199 more words

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