Penang Hill and Kek Lok Si Buddhist Temple Afternoon Tour
Explore Southeast Asia's largest Buddhist temple, Kek Lok Si, perched against a hill slope in Air Itam. Marvel at the statue of the Goddess of Mercy and the 30 meter high Pagoda and take a stroll through the Penang Botanical Gardens located at the foot of Penang Hill on this 4-hour tour.
Walk up the steps to Southeast Asia's largest Buddhist temple in Penang, Kek Lok Si, perched against a hill slope in Air Itam. Marvel at the statue of the Goddess of Mercy and the seven-tier, 30-meter high Pagoda tower. See the 'Pond of Longevity', home for hundreds of tortoises set free by the devotees.
Ride on the Funicular Railway up to Penang Hill. Rising 821 meters above Georgetown, you'll enjoy a bird's eye view of the city and feel the cool and refreshing air at the summit. Next, visit the century old 72-acres Penang Botanical Gardens located at the foot of Penang Hill. Stroll through the main gardens and learn about the rare species of flora and fauna.
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Penang Hill and Temples Afternoon Tour
- Professional guide
- Entrance fees
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
- Ride on a funicular tram
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: Arno B, March 2014
Top tour. Excellent guide.
Reviewed by: Johanna K, January 2014
We were EXTREMELY happy with this tour! We had Moy (sorry if I butchered your name), and he was a very excellent tour guide. We paid for the group tour but there were only 2 of us. He said the rest were still sleeping (even though it was 2 pm) :). He was very informative, pointing out landmarks and buildings on the way to the Temple and Penang Hill. As we stopped at these places, he always greeted one or 2 locals, which was nice to see. You can tell his friendliness wasn't an act. Also, he was very prepared with 2 umbrellas when he saw the rain clouds come in. Luckily, it didn't rain (just a light drizzle) but still it was nice to see that he took care of his guests. At one point, he chatted up with the train conductor and we actually got to see his switchboard. Pretty neat. Definitely would do another tour with Moy again!