There used to be a turtle pond, housing perhaps hundreds of turtles, which has been closed as of February 2017. Facing the sea with an expansive view, this is one of the largest Buddhist temples in SE Asia and therefore, one of the most visited spots of Penang. This entire complex of temples was built over a period from 1890 to 1930, the result of an endeavour of the abbot Beow Lean, who had also served in Fujian, China.
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