Anyone who has been to Ayer Itam in Penang will notice the Kek Lok Si Temple standing majestically in the city's skyline.
The surrounding lush greenery, beautiful endless stretch of mountains was just soothing to the eyes.
These were some views of the sky before the rain started.
Really beautiful temple and it's quite mysterious in the misty air. I very liked the first photo.ReplyDelete
Have a great day.
Amazing place and great post for Sky Watch ~ thanks, ^_^ReplyDelete
That is so beautiful and so different from our mountains.ReplyDelete
the mountain and clouds are just wonderful!ReplyDelete
Lovely sight! Monasteries were always built in the scenic areas.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots. Love the view of towering temple.ReplyDelete
Very majestic and lush!ReplyDelete
Nice! Great! The QuanYin temple is fully completed already..ReplyDelete
The last time I went to Kek Lok Si temple was before my marriage. Woah. I see new structures in your photo.ReplyDelete
What a building that is, beautiful.ReplyDelete
an impressive temple, and love the mountains at the backdrop. i didn't know Penang has mountains--it looks like Cebu.:pReplyDelete
It is a beautiful temple! Lovely views!ReplyDelete
It looks very beautiful and huge! I imagine it rains there a lot because of the tropical weather.ReplyDelete
Indeed a majestic place to be.ReplyDelete
I like how the temple stands out from the rest of the structures. I wonder how the panoramic view on the last pic would look like in a clear weather.ReplyDelete
Relaxing to look at. Wish to be here someday. :)ReplyDelete
My lovely hometown! I am never tired of bringing visitors to see Kek Lok See temple and all the historical buildings/mansions etc.ReplyDelete
I have been thinking of spending my retirement years in Penang.
I have NOT been to Ayer Hitam Penang lol, so have yet to see this majestic temple! :)ReplyDelete
Is it rainy weather over in Penang? Love the rain and the moment right before the rain falls... so peaceful! :)ReplyDelete